"Predictions are tough, but even more so in the chaotic world of cyber security. The threat landscape is huge, offensive and defensive technologies are evolving rapidly, and nation-state attacks are increasing in terms of scope and sophistication.
This cyber 'fog of war' makes it hard to see or assess every trend. Last year, for example, CSO's predictions for 2018 did not anticipate the rapid rise of cryptomining. In hindsight, this relatively easy to execute, lower risk way for cyber criminals to monetize their efforts should have been an obvious choice..." - CSO Online
"Mobile malware? Some mobile security threats are more pressing. Every enterprise should have its eye on these issues in the coming year,"
writes JR Raphael in CSO Online
"Mobile security is at the top of every company's worry list these days - and for good reason: Nearly all workers now routinely access corporate data from smartphones, and that means keeping sensitive info out of the wrong hands is an increasingly intricate puzzle. The stakes, suffice it to say, are higher than ever: The average cost of a corporate data breach is a whopping $3.86 million, according to a 2018 report by the Ponemon Institute. That's 6.4 percent more than the estimated cost just one year earlier..."