Our Data Security & Fraud Prevention Roundup contain links to the best data security and fraud prevention-related articles, blog posts, news releases, interviews, and anything else that we found interesting from around the web over the course of the last few weeks and our thoughts on them.
#1: Intelâ€™s McAfee Labs makes its security threat predictions for 2015 â€“ singles out IoT by Gary Sims, Android Authority (December 10, 2014)
The 2015 Threat Predictions report has been released, and it has some interesting insight into what organizations can expect for the coming year. If you donâ€™t want to sift through the entire report, tech writer Gary Sims has outlined the highlights, which include mobile security and the Internet of Things.
#2: Top 5 Things Youâ€™ll See in Cloud Platforms in 2015 by Allan Leinwand, Business 2 Community (December 10, 2014)
Thereâ€™s no doubt that the cloud will continue to grow and evolve in 2015, with businesses and end users alike adopting cloud services to add convenience to every aspect of their lives. So how will things change in 2015? Allan Leinwand thinks there are 5 main developments likely to occur.
#3: Data Security in 2015 for Banks, HIPAA Covered Entities, and Small Business Too by Joseph J. Lazzarotti, The National Law Review (December 12, 2014)
What new developments in data security regulations and laws can businesses expect to see in 2015? Certified Information Privacy Professional Joseph J. Lazzarotti breaks down the latest in announcements regarding data security legislation for the upcoming year.
#4: The future of security: 11 predictions for 2015 by Taylor Armerding, CSO Online (December 15, 2014)
When it comes to predicting changes to data security in 2015, everyone has an opinion. This article combines the data security forecasts from the Gartner and Forrester research firms as well as RSAâ€™s executive chairman in one simplified list.
#5: 6 Issues Surrounding IoT Security in 2015 by Eleanor Burns, Computer Business Review (December 16, 2014)
One thing end consumers will definitely see more of is the increasing popularity of internet-connected devices. The question on many businessesâ€™ minds is whether they are ready to take all the steps necessary to secure their endpoints. Eleanor Burns discusses the six main considerations regarding this hot topic.
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