2022 has been one of the most turbulent years in recent history. Many organizations were breached and infiltrated, data leaked, and ransomware attacks by groups with nation-state backing have escalated. Cyber-criminal groups are getting bolder, their operations have been industrialized, and they have built a robust supply-chain ecosystem to launch attacks rapidly. 2022 has also seen hackers leveraging new and emerging technology to craft their attack campaigns. The CYFIRMA research team has laid out 10 cybersecurity predictions on how the confluence of geopolitical tensions, the war in Ukraine, and economic uncertainty will influence the threat landscape in 2023.