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New Year, New Decade, New Threats and Challenges

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As a new year and new decade are upon us, the same number of predictions are consistently made about what we can expect in the near and far future. Whether it is more malware, greater and stronger attacks or more problems, it seems that the future seems forever negative.

In this webinar, we will look at the various trends that have been predicted for the cybersecurity industry by the vendor and research communities, and evaluate what has come true in the past, and what we can genuinely expect the future to look like.

Key takeaways:

  • What the predictions for 2020 tell us about the coming year
  • What 2019’s predictions were, and what came true
  • Which platforms were predicted to be hit harder than they were
  • What leading researchers believe will be the key trends for 2020

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