The term IoT can be confusing, and depending on who you talk to they might choose to focus on one element like connectivity or another. At Forrester we believe IoT extends beyond devices and connectivity.
Read Forrester’s predictions for Internet of Things for 2018 on ZDNet.
What’s in store for the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2018? That’s the question on many people’s minds in the fast-growing IoT industry. One set of answers can be found in a new report from Forrester, called Predictions 2018: IoT Moves From Experimentation To Business Scale.
Read about the Forrester’s Predictions 2018: IoT Moves From Experimentation To Business Scale which gives predictions for Internet of Things on Network World.
The year 2018 will bring more connectivity, digital transformation initiatives, and data to companies, along with a number of new cybersecurity threats and landscape changes, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
Read more about the new report by Forrester Research which lists top 6 cyber security predictions for 2018 on Tech Republic.
Top cyber security insights are being presented today at Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2017 being held in Orlando, Florida. Gartner’s predictions and the series of assumptions supporting them illustrate how CIOs must seek out and excel in the role of business strategist first, technologist second.
Read about the Gartner’s top 10 predictions for IT in 2018 and beyond on Forbes.
A new forecast predicts that automated malware attacks will have a devastating effect on the internet of things (IoT). It also predicts the rise of the Shadownet (IoT botnets that can’t be seen or measured using conventional tools), cloud poisoning, more growth of Ransomware as a Service, and attacks on smart buildings
Read/see the slide show explaining the 11 cyber security predictions for 2017 on CIO Insight.
In the world of cyber security, 2016 was a banner year––and not in a good way. From the Bank of Bangladesh/SWIFT heist in February to the Dyn DDoS attack a few weeks ago, the year’s wild attacks have one thing in common: they were proof that hacker innovation is on a growth trajectory.
As this year comes to an end, I am grateful that it is not in my purview to predict world events for the coming year. While I did fairly well with my security predictions for 2016, I’m not sure that Nostradamus himself could have foreseen what the past year had in store for us.
Read Michael Sutton’s cyber security predictions for 2017 on ZScaler Blog.
2016 was a year of major change for security in financial technology. Banks and other financial institutions were made well aware of the shortcomings of password protection and even of multi-factor authentication. The Wells Fargo scandal exemplified the need for higher security standards, resulting in $190 million in damages from the two million phony accounts that were created.
Read about the biometrics, regulations and future of cyber security predictions for 2017 on Virtual-Strategy.
As we head into a new year at Security News Desk, Tim Compston talks to security vendors and industry experts who have been spotlighting what they expect to be making waves security-wise over the next 12 months and the lessons learnt from 2016.
Read cyber security predictions for 2017 from various cyber security experts on Security News Desk.
In 2017, most companies have data breach preparedness on their radar. But the threat landscape is ever-evolving. Staying ahead of emerging threats and the increasing sophistication of cybercriminals requires “constant vigilance,” as Mad-Eye Moody from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series was fond of saying.
Read the top five data breach predictions for 2017 on CIO.