Stealthy and complex: Understanding cyber attacks of the future

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Stealthy and complex: Understanding cyber attacks of the future

Syniverse's Phil Celestini looks at how cyber crime is set to get even worse as a result of lower barriers to entry and well-resourced state attackers

The seemingly endless number of high-profile cyber attacks has helped pushed IT security to the forefront, not just of public awareness, but in the boardroom too. However, too many organisations st...

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