Acquisition of LoopPay challenges Google more than Apple
Security threats to business, digital lifestyle, and cloud
- The volume of malicious and high-risk Android apps will hit one million in 2013.
- Windows 8 offers improved security—but only to consumers.
- Cybercriminals will heavily abuse legitimate cloud services.
- As digital technology plays a larger role in our lives, security threats will appear in unexpected places.
- Consumers will use multiple computing platforms and devices. Securing these will be complex and difficult.
- Politically motivated electronic-based attacks will become more destructive.
- Cloud storage or not, data breaches will remain a threat in 2013.
- Efforts to address global cybercrime will take two or more years to reach full implementation.
- Conventional malware threats will only gradually evolve, with few, if any, new threats. Attacks will become more sophisticated in terms of deployment.
- Africa will become a new safe harbor for cybercriminals.
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