Cyber security has increasingly become a bigger and more impactful issue over the years. There are different types of cyber security incidents but data breaches and malwares are the principal cyber attacks of 2022, causing significant damage to companies and individuals by stealing, controlling or exposing personal, sensitive, or protected information. When an external and unauthorized actor threat enters a company's system, tries to manipulate important data from a project or a source code. The reason for hackers to take a big amount of user data is because they plan on using these stolen identities to commit fraud against financial institutions and other organizations, but they can also try to make a company take a specific action. Another common cybersecurity attack is a ransomware, a type of malware that threatens to publish a company's protected data or permanently block access to it unless a ransom is paid. The statistics of cyber attacks by data breach in 2022 are higher than in 2019. An increase of 18% and growth over time is expected – if the right cybersecurity measurements are not taken on time.