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Cyber security threat forecast: ubiquitous attacks

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AARNet is a member of Security Colony, one of the world’s largest cyber security collaboration platforms. Security Colony was established by security consultancy Hivint to help organisations of all sizes in the fight against the rising tide of cyber security threats.

Nick Ellsmore, Hivint’s Chief Apiarist forecasts that for the foreseeable future attacks are going to be ubiquitous. “Everyone is going to be attacked, all the time,” he says. Watch the video (6 minutes) to hear what else he has to say about the vulnerability of business systems and processes.

 

 


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