January 10, 2017Doug Hadden
Ransomware, hacking and cyberespionage are on the rise in 2017, according to most observers. Governments will need improved information security processes and products to slow down cybercrime. New vulnerabilities in properietary enterprise software and the Internet of Things will emerge. Artificial intelligence will be used by hackers and by cybersecurity professionals. Healthcare will emerge as an more attractive hacker target this year.
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