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Cyberwarfare will be a major part of future conflicts and may even become the first strike nations make to cripple their opposition, Experian PLC predicts.
We “may see more strategic attacks from countries in conflict and global hackers who will use high-profile individuals like world leaders to spread misinformation and cause chaos,” said Experian, whose U.S. headquarters is in Costa Mesa, California, in its 2023 data breach industry forecast.
The company also predicts that time to detect and defend against a cyberattack “will continue to be a sore point and not improve much over the next 10 years.”
“The threat landscape is simply too vast and growing more rapidly than resources and manpower can manage,” it says.
The report says also our growing reliance on satellite-dependent technologies, the increased number of satellites and a lack of regulatory oversight mean there is a “material” likelihood of satellites being hacked, which will have a broad impact.
“Organizations with space-based assets, or even NASA, that do not shore up protections and remain vigilant will find themselves under attack,” it warns.