Data security in 2022 will be a major battle.

In 2022, cybercriminals will likely refine tried-and-true ransomware methods and 

look to exploit weaknesses in the software that connects the internet.

 The US elections are also a tempting target for misinformation.

The expected rise in hacks, attacks, and data theft follows a massive rise

 in ransomware – computer system takeovers that remain locked down until a ransom 

is paid – in 2021. Cyberattacks on oil transporter Colonial Pipeline 

and meat packer JBS USA boosted gas prices and caused meat shortages in some US cities.

It was only in December that the Log4j bug was discovered, a critical flaw

 in logging software that had already been exploited in 2020's SolarWinds hack.

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