Sophos releases Cybersecurity Predictions for 2016

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    Sophos releases Cybersecurity Predictions for 2016
     

    Sophos, a global leader in network and endpoint security technology has released its global cybersecurity predictions for 2016, which discusses the nature of evolving threats vis-à-vis rising complexity in securing the cyber space. These predictions indicate that as advanced attacks get more coordinated than ever before, security solutions also need to function in a coordinated way. Given below are the trends highlighted in this report:

    2016 will see an increase in the number of Android exploits becoming weaponized (as opposed to bugs like Stagefright which was heavily reported earlier in 2015 but was never fully exploited). There are significant vulnerabilities in the Android platform which may take months to patch. SophosLabs has already seen samples that go to extreme lengths to avoid App Store detection and filtering—giving malicious Apps a better chance of surviving on App stores. iOS is also likely to get into the line of fire as we’ve already seen the Apple App Store get hit a few times this year.
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