Last year I predicted six trends for cybersecurity in 2014. Botclouds not botnets – the idea that malware command and control infrastructure would start to become more cloud based. Cryptocurrency surprise – the idea that things like Litecoin and Dogecoin would be mined by more malware instead of Bitcoin due to the difficulty in mining […]Read More How Did I Do On Last Year’s #Cybersecurity #Trends Predictions?
It’s 2015, and once again I’m going to take a look at what I think will be the trends in cybersecurity for 2015. I’m going to focus on all of them all at once this time, instead of an individual post devoted to each, since it took me so long to do that in 2014. […]Read More #Cybersecurity #Trends for #2015
Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Bitcoin (here slashed for emphasis). Cross-posted to the Blue Coat security blog. There’s a lot of press about Bitcoin, which is an electronic currency that has been around since 2009, but really only in the attention of most people since 2011. Created by “mining”, or solving difficult math problems, each ‘coin’ is […]Read More Cybersecurity Trends for 2014 – Trend 2 – Cryptocurrency Surprise