Brian NeSmith of Forbes Technology Council
writes in Forbes,
"In terms of annual storylines in cybersecurity, 2018 didn't disappoint. Industry uproar ensued after Spectre and Meltdown exposed computer chip vulnerabilities, and VPNFilter malware exposed new dangers to routers and network-attached storage products.
Once again, the biggest, most trusted brands suffered costly and damaging data breaches. Victims included Amazon and Facebook, Macy's and Kmart, Adidas and Under Armour, Delta Airlines and Cathay Pacific - and that's just a start. And concerns around the cyber tampering of our elections, including allegations of foreign hacking of the Democratic National Committee, along with new international security standards that put a greater onus on global corporations (such as the General Data Protection Regulation), made 2018 a busy year for cybersecurity followers..."
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