McAfee Labs discusses how cybercriminals have pivoted from some of their usual methods, like ransomware, to newer tools, like PowerShell malware and cryptocurrency mining.
In the McAfee Labs 2018 Threats Predictions report, we preview several cybersecurity trends for the coming year:
- McAfee Labs predicts an adversarial machine learning “arms race” between attackers and defenders.
- Ransomware to evolve from traditional PC extortion to IoT, high net-worth users, and corporate disruption.
- Connected home devices to surrender consumer privacy to corporate marketers.
- Download the 2018 Threats Predictions Infographic to learn more about the biggest cyberthreats in 2018 and beyond.
In a new report commissioned by McAfee, “Tilting the Playing Field: How Misaligned Incentives Work Against Cybersecurity,” the Center for Strategic and International Studies surveyed 800 cybersecurity professionals to reveal how a mismatch of incentives gives cybercriminals an advantage.Learn More >
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