Biological viruses have always been a potent threat to humanity, as historic pandemics have proved. No wonder viruses became an ideal weapon model in a totally different world — a world of programming.
Despite cybersecurity experts continuously warning about the consequences of irresponsible password management, internet users were found guilty again. Compared to the data from 2021, 73% of the 200 most common passwords in 2022 remain the same. Furthermore, 83% of the passwords in this year’s list can be cracked in less than a second.
Since curiosity usually gets the best of me, I turned to some industry experts to find out what their Magic 8-Balls are telling them about the future of the mission critical industry. Here are some of the predictions that caught my eye.
Data center operators will increasingly consider secondary or tertiary markets for expansion.
According to Nexusguard’s 2020 Threat Report, in the first quarter (Q1) of this year, DDoS attacks increased by more than 278% compared to Q1 2019, and by more than 542% compared to the previous quarter.