WatchGuard Predicts Five Information Security Trends You Should NOT Worry About in 2015 – and Five You Should

From passwords and the Internet of Everything to nation-state cyber warfare and jumping mobile malware, WatchGuard helps you gain some security perspective for 2015

SEATTLE – December 10, 2014WatchGuard® Technologies, a leader in multi-function firewalls, today revealed its annual security predictions for 2015. Along with its latest predictions, which examine the likelihood of common network security prophecies next year, the company's security research team also included five security trends NOT worth worrying about in 2015.

"As security professionals we spend a lot of our time looking for trouble and expecting the worse. And in 2014, there were lots of vulnerabilities and threats to be found such as Heartbleed, Regin and Operation Cleaver," explained Corey Nachreiner, WatchGuard's director of security strategy and research. "With so much noise in the market, we wanted to help security professionals focus in on what matters the most – and what doesn't. Hence, five predictions you need to prepare for in 2015, and five you don't."

Top Five Things NOT to Worry About:

Top Five Things To Worry About:

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