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Cybersecurity Industry Report 2021 – A must have for digital security

The COVID-19 crisis has led to an increase in the number of phishing and malware attacks, this pandemic as a lure. Checkpoint notes that there are over 4000 domains related to Coronavirus, out of which 3% are malicious and an additional 5% are suspicious. Phishing campaigns include spoofing the domain of the World Health Organization (WHO).
e-commerce
E-commerce is one of the fastest growing industries. The global e-commerce market was valued at $4.9tn in 2021, up from $4.2tn in 2020. The rapid rise in smartphone and internet penetration are the key factors driving the growth of the market.
Advertising Technology
Advertising Technology (Ad-tech) is defined as a collection of software and tools that help brands & agencies to set up, manage & analyze their digital advertising activities.
Metaverse
The metaverse is a concept of a persistent, online, 3D universe that integrates different virtual spaces. It can be considered the next generation of the internet. The metaverse will allow users to work, meet, play games, and socialize together in these 3D spaces.
ces
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held this year from January 5 to 7, managed to draw tech companies from a variety of industries, including 5G, IoT, blockchain, automotive, wellness, sports, entertainment, healthcare, smart home, robotics, augmented reality (AR), gaming, devices, and manufacturing.
Artificial intelligence
Artificial Intelligence is the next force of digital disruption. It refers to systems or machines that can work or react like humans. AI includes multiple technologies, the most prominent among them are machine learning, deep learning and natural language processing (NLP).
Edtech
Education technology (Edtech) is a term used to describe an industry that combines education and technological advances, revolutionizing the traditional educational landscape.
Industrials
The industrial sector is comprised of companies that mainly focus on manufacturing, delivery of goods, and commercial services. The sector features fourteen different industries including: aerospace & defense, air freight & logistics, airlines and building products.
Industrials
The industrial sector is comprised of companies that mainly focus on manufacturing, delivery of goods, and commercial services. The sector features fourteen different industries including: aerospace & defense, air freight & logistics, airlines, building products, commercial services & supplies, construction & engineering, electrical equipment, industrial conglomerates, machinery, marine, professional services, road & rail, trading companies & distributors, and transportation infrastructure.
Cloud
Cloud Industry – About one year ago in early March 2020, we were days away from COVID-19 lockdown where our communities, companies, and healthcare system shifted into emergency response. We didn’t know it then, but this was the beginning of a fundamental and abrupt change to the way we live and work— powered by the cloud-first economy.
Robotics
Robots are becoming uncaged, mobile, collaborative, and increasingly intelligent and dexterous, breaking free from their traditional strongholds to automate previously inaccessible tasks.
semiconductor
The semiconductor industry was one of the few to benefit from the pandemic, with revenues skyrocketing due to soaring demand. The pandemic has accelerated the digitization process, increasing demand for a variety of products and devices that rely on chips to function. The strong momentum was reflected in the stock prices of semiconductor companies.