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2019 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch for

By December 3, 2018January 17th, 2019Blog
2019 Cybersecurity Trends to Watch for

Every year, new cybersecurity threats emerge, and it’s best to stay on top of them to ensure your business data and files are protected.

Get ahead of the curve and make sure your business is protected from current and future cyberthreats.

Here are some of the cybersecurity predictions for 2019:

  • Blockchain technology: Blockchain technology will become a more popular solution for cybersecurity issues. The use of credit cards will decrease and blockchain tech will take its place, using cryptocurrencies and promoting privacy.
  • Hackers: Hackers are going to get better, and will be aiming to exploit dark web weaknesses by being steps ahead of those trying to prevent them. They will also become less traceable.
  • Data breaches: Data and information breaches will become more difficult to defeat as perpetrators become more skilled and knowledgeable of the system. More devious and complicated types of cyberattacks will emerge.
  • Cyber insurance: Cyber risk insurance will be more sought after now that cyberthreats are becoming more intricate and difficult to defeat.
  • Cyber laws: Cyber laws are expected to be implemented and tightened to decrease hacker activities, especially as hackers attempt to discover loopholes for new forms of exploitation.

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