Podcast: Beware These Top Security Threats in 2019

In this week’s podcast, we weigh in on the top threats to watch out for in 2019 – from fraud to IoT.

While 2018 was a whirlwind of serious threats, newly-evolving malware and high-profile data breaches, 2019 has already started with a bang.

Between two newly disclosed data breaches and a hack of hundreds of German politicians‘ personal information exploding to the forefront last week, the security risks that companies and individuals face every day is only seeming to worsen in the new year.

Leigh-Anne Galloway, the cybersecurity resilience lead of Positive Technologies, joins the Threatpost Podcast this week to discuss the top trends she expects to see in the coming year – including increasing numbers of large-scale breaches, the emergence of contact-list fraud, and continued Internet of Things (IoT) risks.

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