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It was a watershed year for mobile malware, with many high-profile organizations being hacked. To continue our series on 2014 predictions, we asked our mobility experts for their thoughts on key mobile security topics we think you’ll be hearing more about in the new year. …Continue reading
Here’s a recap of the top Palo Alto Networks news and happenings from this past week. Come back and visit us every Friday to learn all the latest!
Ignite 2014 Call for Speakers closes soon but there’s still time for you to influence the direction of the conference and even be a part of it! We’re looking for abstracts that include innovative use cases, practical integration, and in-depth explanations of lessons learned from real-world deployments of next-generation security.
This week we also began giving you an idea of what we expect from the industry next year. Here’s a look at the first three batches of Palo Alto Networks 2014 cybersecurity predictions:
- Isabelle Dumont speculates on next year’s industry-focused cybersecurity trends
- Wade Williamson delves into APTs and the overall threat landscape, including financially motivated malware and a skills shortage
- Matt Keil discusses the future of firewalls
We’ll have more predictions next week, so be sure you come back to learn what else we see coming next year.