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5 key security threats in 2013
Attacks in 2013 are set to become more sophisticated and stealthy, as hackers leverage the loopholes of HTML5 with the standard gaining traction, and cybercriminals become more organized with the rise in underground forums.
In addition, embedded devices will also become a greater target to bring down industrial systems more easily, and malware becomes designed to avoid detection by security researchers. Social engineering too, will become less conventional with attackers gathering information through the Internet and social media, and targeting not only users but gatekeepers.
Here are some IT security trends set to take center stage this year:
5 key security threats in 2013 | ZDNet
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