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10 Security Predictions For 2016

From ransomware to public policy changes to consolidation, one thing’s for sure: The security market will be anything but boring in 2016. Take a look at CRN’s security predictions for the coming year.

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1. Critical Infrastructure Attacks

The hype around critical infrastructure attacks has been present for quite some time, with the vulnerabilities clearly already there for the threat to become reality. That threat has been greatly compounded by the addition of IoT devices and other industrial control systems, RSA’s Yoran said, and makes an attack on critical infrastructure in 2016 "increasingly likely." When combined with a predicted rise in hacktivism in 2016, Intel Security’s Samani agreed that the risk for a critical infrastructure attack is "significant" in the coming year.

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