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Looking Back at 2015 to Foresee Possible Events of 2016
Every year, the triumphs and failures reflected in cyber security stories not only leave us with valuable lessons but also hints of the foreseeable future. Looking closely, we get to pick pieces of the puzzle that we can use to build a vivid picture of what's to come.
Look into our "crystal ball" to see future cyber threats
The Trouble with Retail: Analyzing a Decade of Data Breaches
If you've been following cybersecurity news over the past couple of years, it might seem as if data breaches are only happening to retailers. There certainly has been a lot of cyber attacks on the retail industry lately, but it's not quite the whole story.
Overall more incidents have occurred in other sectors
Understanding Japan's Unique Cybercriminal Economy
Even in Japan, where daily life is guided by law, discipline, and tradition, cybercrime flourishes. Imagine a young man being arrested for ransomware distribution, attempted hacking, and credit-card fraud. His toolbox of choice: a shady Japanese message board.
Learn more about the growing Japanese cyber underground
Email Havoc—CIA Director Account Targeted by Hacktivist
Email security for people in sensitive positions is a growing topic of concern, especially with the news that the personal email accounts of CIA Director John Brennan and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson may have been breached. What's to be done?
Learn the two easy things you can do to protect a webmail account
The Norman Alan Company Switches Security to Improve Services
The Norman Alan Company became a Trend Micro Managed Service Partner as a way to improve customer security. "Our customers come to us because they have been misled or have an ongoing problem that a prior vendor was unable to solve for them," said their company founder.
Read the full case study (PDF)
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SC MAGAZINE: FBI Recommends that Victims of Ransomware Pay Up
TECH CRUNCH: Why IoT Security Is So Critical
NY TIMES: Major Cybersecurity Bill Is Set to Clear the Senate
NERD WALLET: Chip Cards Won't Protect Black Friday Online Shoppers, but
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