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January #SecChat Recap: What Will 2016 Bring for Cybersecurity?

The cybersecurity sector is continually evolving, with new changes affecting the way information is traded and protected. Now that 2016 is in full swing, it’s time to start looking forward to which threats lie ahead. In our January #SecChat, we turned our focus to top security predictions for the New Year. Participating in this chat were experts from McAfee Labs, as well as a number of industry thought leaders. This fast-paced, energetic discussion was fueled by insights from the McAfee Labs 2016 Threats Predictions Report. Here are some of the highlights from the chat:
Which type of cyber threat do you think will cause the most damage in 2016 and why?

We kicked off the chat by asking participants which type of attack they believe will cause the most damage in the New Year. Answers were as varied as they were insightful. Our own @Matt_Rosenquist suggested that organized crime, including for-hire services, will cause the most damage this year to businesses. In a similar vein, @ChristiaanBeek predicted more ransomware attacks targeting organizations by industry. @SPCoulson cited increases in large-scale data breaches. Most of our participants also agreed that ransomware attacks pose the greatest threat to individuals, due to the high profit margin for criminals.

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