Cyber crime continues to be a huge problem for individuals, businesses, and charities around the world, costing them over £4 trillion annually. To put that in perspective, if cyber crime was a country, it would be the third biggest global economy after the USA and China.
Since the pandemic struck at the beginning of 2020, many cyber criminals have changed the way that they operate. That’s because the change in working practices, such as the move to home working, has presented many security vulnerabilities that these criminals have been quick to exploit.
In 2022, the cybersecurity landscape will continue to evolve as many organisations return to pre-pandemic work practices, while still retaining some of the flexible working arrangements they adopted in 2020.
That means it’s important to understand what the top cyber security risks of 2022 are likely to be, and what your charity can do to mitigate these risks.
Phishing for SaaS credentials
Phishing is a huge cyber security problem. More than 75% of targeted cyberattacks start with someone at an organisation…