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The biggest cyber threats in 2022 – and 4 steps to protect yourself against them

Published: 24 May 2022, 09:00 Updated: 30 May 2022, 17:38As we become more digital, more inputs are created for criminals to commit crimes. For companies, cyber security has therefore ended up higher and higher on the agenda, but as a private person, it is also important to be aware and protect your private property. F-Secure gives its view on the most urgent threats today – and how these can be curbed. In today’s society, we are more connected than ever, both privately and at work – something that gives fraudsters an ever-increasing attack surface. Human ignorance, negligence and benevolence is another factor that makes us vulnerable. – For a long time, common threats have been to be attacked by malicious code, viruses, Trojans and worms of various kinds. Recently, we have seen that ransomware is becoming more common where the attacker encrypts content on a hard drive and sends ransom claims. ID hijacking is also an ongoing problem where private data is sold and exploited. What we also see an increase of just 2022 is phishing and DDoS attacks, says Mikael Herrala, Sales Manager at F-Secure.MSB warnsDuring the spring, the MSB (Swedish Agency for Civil Protection and Emergency Planning) went out and warned about phishing and DDoS attacks and at the same time urged companies and organizations in Sweden to report these types of incidents. – Phishing, or phishing, can take place in many different ways today. The most common approach is for fraudsters to contact people via e-mail, social media or text messages, but it is becoming more common with phone calls as well. DDoS attacks where an IT system becomes overloaded to the extent that it crashes often affect companies, but we see that in recent times it also occurs for private individuals, for example in the online poker industry, says Mikael Herrala.This is how you can protect yourself against digital crimeMikael Herrala lists four points to be aware of / keep track of.1. If it seems too good to be true, it usually is. Do not click on attachments and links that you are unsure of.3. Be sure to protect yourself and your network with strong and unique passwords or download a password manager.4. Keep your programs and operating systems up to date and have good antivirus protection. To protect yourself as an individual, you can turn to a provider such as F-Secure, which provides security services that protect without interruption. The F – Secure TOTAL security package contains three products. F – Secure SAFE which protects against malicious code, viruses, Trojans and worms, the privacy protection F – Secure FREEDOM VPN which allows internet use without being tracked and finally contains the package F – Secure ID PROTECTION which warns if personal data has been leaked and has a safe and flexible password manager. In the password manager, it is possible to save all passwords, no matter how unique and long, without having to remember them. It also works seamlessly between all types of devices. – The Internet is here so that we humans can use it freely and in the way we want without having to worry about being cheated. It is important to protect all your devices, whether it is PC or MAC, mobile or tablet, because the threats are where we are. Therefore, use a reliable supplier who cares about your privacy and protects you without you being disturbed, Mikael Herrala concludes.About F-SecureF-Secure is a Finnish cyber security company with over 30 years of experience in protecting private individuals. The F-Secure TOTAL security package includes everything you need to protect your privacy and devices from cyber threats. Get protection against viruses and ransomware, a VPN and a password manager as well as identity protection. Read more and try TOTAL free of charge at The article is produced by Brand Studio in collaboration with F-secure and not an article by Dagens industri

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