From social media abuse to data breaches to mobile malware and hacktivist activity, 2011 was filled with a vast array of security threats. It’s likely that this activity will only increase as 2012 begins. Michael Sutton, vice president of security research at Zscaler, has joined other prognosticators in identifying the top security threats in store for the coming year.
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