In 2014, Sony suffered the most devastating hack of all time, Home Depot faces dozens of lawsuits resulting from its data breach, the JP Morgan Chase attack affected 76 million households and 7 million small businesses, and a year later, Target is still recovering from its breach in 2013. So, with a new year upon us, it's important that we take a step back and review the lessons we've learned in the security space, as well as take a look ahead at what 2015 holds.
In this slideshow, Yo Delmar, vice president of GRC solutions at MetricStream, a global provider of governance, risk and compliance solutions (GRC), has shared her thoughts on 2014 trends and what she foresees occurring in 2015.
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