ESET presents: Cybercrime Trends and Predictions for 2015

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Advanced Persistent Threats (ATP) will play big role in upcoming year. Attackers will target specific victims, institutions and companies even more precisely with malware authors trying ever harder to avoid detection. Attacks, similar to BlackEnergy campaign and the Operation Windigo, are likely to appear in even stronger forms. Smart devices and even smart cars become attractive for new generation of cyber criminals as well as on crypto-currency or passwords. 

Read more about Cybercrime Trends and Predictions for 2015 on WeLiveSecurity.com. You may also enjoy reading a recent blog post entitled Making Business More Secure in 2015: Lessons Learned in 2014 by Aryeh Goretsky.

Raphael Labaca Castro
Editor in Chief, We Live Security