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Cyber Defense Magazine Announces CyberCrime and CyberWar Predictions for 2013
The Year of Explosive Growth in Cyber Criminal and Governments Cyber Exploitation Has Begun
PREDICTION #1 - MOBILE MALWARE TAKES OVER: REMOTE EAVESDROPPING, COVERT DATA THEFT, WORMS AND BOTNETS ARE COMING.
PREDICTION #2- ROGUE NATIONS UNLEASH CYBER WEAPONS: IN RESPONSE TO THE USA AND ISRAEL, OTHERS JOIN THE FIGHT.
PREDICTION #3- BRING YOUR OWN DEVICES OUT OF CONTROL: MANAGEMENT OF THIS BYOD DILEMMA WILL BE A NIGHTMARE.
PREDICTION #4- CLOUD EXPLOITATION WILL BE FRONT PAGE NEWS: CLOUD AND “VIRTUAL” COMPUTING VULNERABILITIES EXPLOITED BY CYBER CRIMINALS.
PREDICTION #5- SCADA DOWNTIME WILL AFFECT SOCIETY: SUCCESSFUL SCADA ATTACKS WILL BRING DOWN CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE.
PREDICTION #6- INDIVIDUAL PRIVACY IS OVER THIS YEAR: YOUR IDENTITY AND PRIVACY ARE STOLEN, EAVESDROPPED, BOUGHT AND SOLD.
PREDICTION #7- THE UNITED NATIONS ATTEMPTS INTERNET TAKEOVER: THE U.N. WILL TRY TO CREATE A RULING INTERNET BODY AND NEW LAWS.
“Whether it’s the explosive growth of zero-day malware and advanced persistent threats hitting your smartphones or the battle between rogue nations unleashing cyber weapons or the privacy issues we all face online, it’s going to be one of the most interesting years to be in the INFOSEC industry,” said Pierluigi Paganini, Editor-in-Chief, Cyber Defense Magazine.
For the full details of these predictions, see pages 91-99 of Cyber Defense Magazine. Print editions are freely available on the rack space at RSA Conference 2013 or signup for an always free online edition: http://register.cyberdefensemagazine.com.
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