Cybercrime

Cybercrime predictions for 2022: Deepfakes, cryptocurrencies and misinformation

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is giving way to new opportunities for cybercrime. Image: UNSPLASH/Adi Goldstein

Maya Horowitz

VP Threat Intelligence & Research, Check Point Software Technologies

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