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Cybersecurity Prediction 2019: 40 Experts Views

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Five Cybersecurity Predictions For 2019

2018 was another year of change in the cybersecurity industry. I’ve had some interesting conversations with customers, partners, providers and analysts over the past twelve months, and I’m excited about

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2019 predictions – the year ahead for cybersecurity

2018 was a roller-coaster year for the tech industry – lots of big court cases and high-profile data privacy disagreements.2018 was a roller-coaster year for the tech industry – lots

Software

Email security predictions: What we can expect in 2019

2018 shed a lot of light on how expensive successful phishing attacks can be, with the FBI reporting in July well over $12B in financial losses due to business email compromise and

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Attacks Against Critical Infrastructure Poise to Reshape Cyber Landscape

Over the last couple of years, we have seen a marked shift in cyber-attacks. Traditionally, hackers have focused on theft; stealing data is easily monetizable, which meant that headline attacks

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Airbus CyberSecurity 2019 Predictions: The World Will See Its First Cybersecurity Treaty.

Extortion Attacks On OT And IIoT Infrastructure. Prediction: Critical Infrastructure Will Be Disrupted By A Major Extortion Attack. We’ve already seen extortion-driven attacks on infrastructure such as cities and ports,

IT Compliance

IT Security Predictions For 2019

Making predictions in the information security space is always an interesting yet challenging task. The very nature of cybersecurity, with the velocity of vulnerabilities and new threat actor coalitions along

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2019 Predictions: Part Three

The end of the year has arrived, and so has the final instalment of our 2019 Predictions series. So far we’ve seen industry experts predict that rogue AI-driven chatbots, large

Identity Theft

The year ahead: More breaches, bolstered regulation and the rise of AI

This time of the year is always exciting for us, as we get to take a step back, analyze how we did throughout the year, and look ahead at what

Software

Online security predictions for 2019: From cryptojacking to MiTB attacks

‘2019 will in all likeliness be a year of new approaches to MiTB attacks, as hackers exploit known client-side vulnerabilities.’The breach of the personal accounts of Marriott International Hotel customers, as well