Cybercrime and data breaches are reaching epic levels, costing trillions of dollars. At the same time, the cloud, artificial intelligence, and the Internet of Things are changing the way we live and work.
While internet-connected devices can offer a world of convenience at our fingertips, consumers are in for a world of hurt if they don't take steps to thwart a hacker's attempts to steal data or gain control.
Cybersecurity firm Symantec is warning that 2017 may usher in a new era of cybercrime, as rogue nation-states aim to steal online and "file-less" malicious software (malware) will increase.
With each hack that makes the news there’s the big question of how well the site protected its users’ data. Was it open and freely available, or was it hashed, secured and practically unbreakable?
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