Tech research and consulting leader Gartner has recently released their top trends for the cybersecurity industry in 2022. Whether or not you’re in the startup space, discover the most relevant online safety insights for any business.

Over the past year, more and more companies are either growing their online presence or transitioning to a digital-first environment.

As a result, cybersecurity has become an increasingly important issue for business owners of all kinds.

In 2022, in particular, there are several trends in the cybersecurity space that stand out.

1Increased Software Supply Chain Attacks

First, Gartner estimates that 45% of companies globally will experience supply chain cyberattacks by 2025. The percentage is three times higher than it was last year.

Consequently, industry experts recommend that businesses dedicate more time to build and reinforce risk and security plans. In the case of a breach, companies should follow their internal workflow for incident response.

2Modern Security Awareness Training

Although many data attacks have digital origins, Gartner also recommends integrating another critical aspect into awareness protocols.

When training teams for security awareness, companies should go beyond compliance and also consider the impact of human error.

3Cybersecurity Mesh Architecture

According to, the term cybersecurity mesh refers to “a cyber defense strategy that independently secures each device with its own perimeter — such as firewalls and network protection tools.”

Gartner predictions show that, by 2024, companies with a cybersecurity mesh architecture in place will likely see 90% fewer costly breaches.

4Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR)

ITDR encompasses the processes, resources, and tools for defending identity systems.

As identity systems are experiencing a greater amount of attacks, organizations should double down on protecting internal login credentials.

All in all, the cybersecurity trends described above are more important than ever for businesses in 2022. Entrepreneurs, startup founders, and executives should increase their digital safety protocols and ensure their efficiency.

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