Without a doubt, the ongoing war in Ukraine is the most significant topic of 2022. The conflict not only takes place on the battlefield, but also in cyberspace, where cybercriminals have many opportunities to attack big data sets from multiple processes and various angles. Markets, already weakened by the Covid-19 pandemic, are facing their greatest state of uncertainty in years. For this reason in 2023, companies, both in the public and private sectors, will protect their resources particularly thoroughly. They will have to meet the challenges posed by big data To gain a deeper understanding of these trends, read the Energy Logserver report on cybersecurity expectations for 2023.