Around this time of year, almost everyone and their brother put out their annual predictions for the coming year. So instead of coming up with my own, I figured I’d simply regurgitate what many others are expecting to happen.
- Security Predictions 2012 & 2013 – The Emerging Security Threat – SANS talks Custom Malware, IPv6, ARM hacking and Social Media.
- Top 7 Cybersecurity Predictions for 2012 – From Stuxnet to Sony, a number of cyberattacks emerged in 2011 that experts have predicted for quite some time. Webroot’s top seven forecasts for the year ahead. Zero-day targets and smartphones are on this list.
- Top 8 Security Predictions for 2012 – Fortinet’s Security Predictions for 2012. Sponsored attacks and SCADA Under the Scope.
- Security Predictions for 2012 – With all of the crazy 2011 security breaches, exploits and notorious hacks, what can we expect for 2012? Websense looks at blended attacks, social media identity and SSL.
- Top 5 Security Predictions For 2012 – The escalating change in the threat landscape is something that drives the need for comprehensive security ever-forward. Firewalls and regulations in this one.
- Gartner Predicts 2012 – Special report addressing the continuing trend toward the reduction of control IT has over the forces that affect it. Cloud, mobile, data management and context-aware computing.
- 2012 Cyber Security Predictions – Predicts cybercriminals will use cyber-antics during the U.S. presidential election and will turn cell phones into ATMs.
- Top Nine Cyber Security Trends for 2012 – Imperva’s predictions for the top cyber security trends for 2012. DDoS, HTML 5 and social media.
- Internet Predictions for 2012 – QR codes and Flash
- TOP 15 Internet Marketing Predictions for 2012 – Mobile SEO, Social Media ROI and location based marketing.
Certainly not an exhaustive list of all the various 2012 predictions including the doomsday and non-doomsday claims but a good swath of what the experts believe is coming. Wonder if anyone predicted that Targeted attacks increased four-fold in 2011.
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