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The cyber game is now an entire underground economy wrapped around cyberattacks. Thanks to increased international friction and the activity of groups such as Lapsus$, cybercriminals have upped the ante on cybercrime in order to turn a profit. Atakama outlines its top cybersecurity predictions for 2023. IoT blends with shadow IT to make a security headache With 43 billion devices connected to the internet in 2023, attackers have no shortage of targets. Although IoT devices … More

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