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Security Predictions - 2014

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  • 1. 2014 Every year, Websense® Security Labs™ researchers predict the key threats your organization should prepare for in the coming year. The following eight predictions indicate some of the biggest challenges will come from areas where most security providers aren’t even looking. You can use these insights to review current defenses, identify security gaps and prepare new safeguards. SECURITY PREDICTIONS PREDICTION Advanced malware #1 volume will DECREASE. PREDICTION #2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A MAJOR data-destruction attack will happen. 2 0 14 (But this isn’t good news.) PREDICTION #3 Attackers will be more interested in CLOUD DATA t h a n yo u r ne twork. PREDICTION #4 REDKIT, NEUTRINO and other exploit kits will struggle for power in the wake of the BLACKHOLE AUTHOR ARREST. PREDICTION #5 HIGHLY Java will remain highly exploitable and EXPLOITED — with PREDICTION #6 LURE Attackers will increasingly EXECUTIVES expanded repercussions. and compromise organizations via professional social networks. PREDICTION #7 Cybercriminals will TARGET THE WEAKEST LINKS PREDICTION #8 in the “data-exchange chain.” GET THE FULL REPORT V i s i t : h t t p : //w w w.w e b s e n s e . c o m / 2 0 1 4 p r e d i c t i o n s Mistakes will be made in “OFFENSIVE” security due to misattribution of an attack’s source.