It’s hard to know for sure what the next wave of cybersecurity threats might look like, but technology experts have a pretty good idea of what might be coming.
And they say what they see isn’t pretty.
Speaking Nov. 14 at the American Bankers Association National Agricultural Bankers Conference, Jack Vonder Heide, president of Technology Briefing Centers in Oak Brook, Ill., said in the not-too-distant future, cybercriminals will create fake websites, fake video conferencing and attack business security systems in a variety of ways that haven’t even been discovered yet.
Vonder Heide spoke on “Emerging Cybersecurity Threats” for banks and their customers during the conference.
In 2017 there are 8.4 billion devices in the world connected to the Internet, more than the world population of 7.6 billion, but by the year 2020, it is estimated that there will be four Internet-connected devices for every person on the planet, Vonder Heide said, or more than 30 billion devices.
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