Top Seven Internet Security Trends

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Click through for the top seven Internet security trends from 2011, as identified by IID.

IID (Internet Identity®), a provider of technology and services that help organizations secure their Internet presence, recently released its list of the top security trends from 2011. Some specific trends that IID saw emerge over the past year include the extended enterprise coming under assault, the emergence of dangerous mobile applications, and cyber criminals increasingly harnessing the power of social media. This slideshow highlights IID's list of the top Internet security incidents and trends from 2011 (in no particular order).

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