Security in 2012: Let's start at the endpoint

By Richi Jennings, Computerworld |  Security, Android, anti-virus

2012 What security trends should we look out for in 2012? How should organizations protect against new breeds of threat? Here are my thoughts about endpoint protection trends, in The Long View...

This time, we'll concentrate on the threats at the endpoint -- where the tech meets the user. In future articles, I'll look at threats elsewhere in your network.

There are two key trends that we all should seriously consider next year. The first is social engineering and targeted attacks. The second is smartphone (in)security, not just for Android, but for iPhones too.
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