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2014 Information Security Predictions 71+ Lists by Top Global Information Security Influencers Listed by @1davidclarke

BullGuard Top Security predictions for 2014

What security developments can we expect to see in the coming 12 months? Alex Balan, head of product management at BullGuard, draws from a deep well of experience and nails his 10 security predictions to the mast. Some are predictable, some are intriguing and others are, well, spine chilling. 1.

pcworld Security prediction for 2014: It will get worse

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but you probably saw this coming. Multiple indicators suggest that, bad as this year has been for Internet security, 2014 will be worse. Much worse. At least that's the opinion of Steve Wexler, a journalist specializing in corporate technology and the leading light behind IT-TNA, an information service geared towards IT news and trends.

Gartner Survey Finds That Fear of Cyberattacks and Data Breaches Could Leave Enterprises Exposed to Emerging Security...

Recent publicity about cyberattacks and data security breaches has increased IT risk awareness among CIOs, chief information security officers (CISOs) and senior business executives. However, Gartner, Inc.'s 2013 Global Risk Management Survey found that fear of attack is causing security professionals to shift focus away from disciplines such as enterprise risk management and risk-based information security to technical security.

Microsoft Predicts Top Cyber Threats for 2014 | Top Tech News

With a little help from its employees, Microsoft is giving the security world a sneak peak of potentially the biggest threats in 2014. But it could just as easily be the 2013 list, or even the list for 2015.

Websense® 2014 Security Predictions Report

Every fall, Websense® Security Labs™ researchers predict the key threats your organization should prepare for in the coming year.

Watchguard 2014 Security Predictions & Trends | WatchGuard Technologies

WatchGuard Technologies delivers the best firewall, email security, web security, data loss prevention and UTM security solutions for small business and enterprise.

ZDNet Security in 2014: What are the experts predicting?

Summary: I get a lot of security predictions pitched at me and I was intrigued by quite a few this year. There's good and bad news, and good and bad predictions. At the end of every year security writers get lots of pitches from vendors for stories about their security predictions for the next year.

FireEyeTop Security Predictions for 2014

As 2013 draws to a close, FireEye researchers are already looking ahead to 2014 and the shifting threat landscape. Expect fewer Java zero-day exploits and more browser-based ones. Watering-hole attacks may supplant spear-phishing attacks. And thanks to an emerging class of mobile malware, the security landscape is about to get a lot more complicated.

SANS Security Predictions 2013-2014: Emerging Trends in IT and Security

This is an effort to chronicle what a number of really smart people believe the state of the information security industry to be, and where we are going. A lot of the emphasis is on security threats, but we also consider what is working and what good practice is.

Infosecurity-Magazine Industry Predictions for 2014; Part 4: Managed Security Services

In Part 4 of this week's series on the security industry's predictions for 2014 we examine the likely evolution of managed security services (MSS). Gartner has predicted that the MSS market will grow from $12 billion in 2013 to more than $22.5 billion by 2017.

ComputerWeekly Predictions for 2014

So what will 2014 hold for cyber security professionals? Will it be something new or more of the old? The answer is bit of both. We have all reached a crossroads in the way we manage security. Some CSOs will soldier on ahead - with diminishing effectiveness - while others will others will benefit from taking a fresh direction.

TheGuardian Five predictions for information security and cybercrime in 2014

Eugene Kaspersky, chairman and CEO, Kaspersky Lab Fragmentation of the internet: 2014 is likely to become the year when fragmentation of the internet will become fully visible. The loss of international trust in the field of global communications that has followed Edward Snowden's disclosures will result in the emergence of more cyber-borders and new parallel secure networks.

mhealthnews Security predictions 2014: Uptick in mobile malware

Among the crystal ball gazers that manifest as each year draws to a close, predictions have already emerged that very relevant to mHealth and BYOD. "There will be a significant increase in malware for Android phones," according to a report from IT governance, risk and compliance firm Coalfire.

Symantec 2014 Predictions

Whispers. The secret to predicting the future is to listen for the whisper. By the time you've heard things in a loud, clear voice they have already come true. I've been listening to the whispers in 2013 and have a pretty good idea for what we'll be hearing loud and clear in 2014.

IBM's Predictions: 6 Big Data Trends In 2014

A big data expert shares predictions based on feedback from IBM's enterprise clients. Is it time to update your strategy? (click image for larger view) Businesses next year will sharpen their focus on big data and place a greater emphasis on analytics projects, data-related security and privacy, and a new generation of cognitive-intelligence apps.

Microsoft Predictions for 2014 and the December 2013 Security Bulletin Webcast, Q&A, and Slide Deck

Today we're publishing the December 2013 Security Bulletin Webcast Questions & Answers page . We answered 17 questions in total, with the majority of questions focusing on the Graphics Component bulletin ( ), Security Advisory and Security Advisory . We also wanted to note a on the Microsoft Security Blog site on the top cyber threat predications for 2014.

NetworkWorld Security Threat Landscape: Predictions for 2014

Piggybacking malware and cross-breeding botnets among next year's security trends By Keith Shaw on Tue, 12/17/13 - 1:37pm. Welcome to another edition of "Security Threat Landscape", a joint production between Network World and Fortinet. Keith Shaw and Derek Manky discuss some of the latest security threats via this monthly video podcast.

Gartner's Technology Predictions for 2014, 2015 and 2016

Research and advisory firm, Gartner, has released its list of technology predictions and trends for the years 2013 and beyond. According to Gartner, its top predictions focus on economic risks, opportunities and innovations that will impel CIO's to move to the next generation of business-driven solutions.

RSA's Art Coviello shares his security predictions for 2014

The following is a guest post from Arthur W. Coviello Jr. - Executive Vice President, EMC Corporation and Executive Chairman, RSA, The Security Division of EMC Many people have pointed out the folly of making predictions. The risk/reward of doing so is out of balance. When you predict correctly, the predictions look obvious in hindsight.

Coalfire's Top Five Information Security and Compliance Predictions for 2014

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Coalfire, an independent information technology governance, risk and compliance (IT GRC) services firm, today released its top five cybersecurity predictions for 2014. Rick Dakin, the company's chief security strategist, consolidated an analysis from over 1,000 audits and forensics investigations in 2013 to develop the 2014 predictions.

2014 Security predictions

It's the time of the year where people come out with their annual security predictions... I took some inspiration from these posts by @mmckeay @gattaca and @steved3 to come up with my own security predictions. @J4vv4D A royalty free Music hat tip to Kevin Macleod

Webroot Mobile Security 2014: Predictions

Share this news now.Share this news now. The most recent and interesting threats we see are more or less "evolved" forms of previous threats, including those originating from the PC side. People have been "spoofing" parts of apps, such as code, appearance, or digital certificates, since Android malware first started appearing.

Eweek Security Landscape in 2014: 11 Predictions From the Experts

By Chris Preimesberger | Posted 2013-12-05 Email Print Like networking, security is one of the IT components that affects every part of an IT system, ranging from a sensor or automated machine or a human user of a device to the heart of a huge enterprise data center.

EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet 5 Network Security Predictions for 2014

It's the time of year when everyone starts thinking about what the next 12 months will bring, and here at Enterprise Networking Planet, we're no different. We've been watching the network security space evolve over the last year and following the hot trends as they develop.

thehindubusinessline Top security predictions for 2014

Keep an eye out for these digital threats in the year ahead With the changing threat vectors and more sophisticated application level advanced threats, heuristics based technology with coordinated threat intelligence will become inevitable in critical installations. Multi-channel threat analysis will mean adoption of big data technologies and the rise of many managed security monitoring and counter-security solutions in the coming year.