In 2019, Pixel Security Research predicts that attackers will optimize attacks by increasingly using open-source AI-based tools to analyze publicly and privately consumer and corporate data. We will also see new privacy vulnerabilities and protections, blockchain developments, and the rise of insurance fraud.
When companies make decisions about security solutions these days, they must consider how users will interact with the security measures, in addition to assessing the severity of the risk and the cost of implementing the strategy. This balance achieves #PositiveSecurity solutions.
For 2017, passengers on cybersecurity flights better fasten their seat belts low and tight because we expect severe turbulence. IoT explodes as a target and a vector for security threats. In a dramatic reversal, public cloud will become a refuge for many enterprises and SMB that are out-gunned by their attackers and unlikely ever to achieve parity, let alone superiority.