The shift from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 exposed businesses to a whole range of new security risks. The ability for any user to post content to the Internet meant untrusted and malicious inputs could more easily compromise websites, leak data, and infect databases.
As businesses begin exploring the new world of Web3, they will have to face another crop of security vulnerabilities — some of which they may not have encountered before. Businesses experimenting with Web3 will need new approaches to meet those challenges. Read theNET.