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Daily Dashboard | 2012 Privacy Trends Expected To Stick Around Related reading: MEPs vote to adopt Lauristin's ePrivacy Regulation

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CNET News outlines security trends from 2012 that it expects will continue to play a major role in 2013. The trends include, the Internet as a government tool; more mobile devices, bigger targets; desktop threat, still a threat; privacy and data breaches, and holistic security. The report states, “Because of their very mobile, always-connected nature,” the problems with mobile devices “will become more complex in 2013.” It also highlights the rise in awareness of data mining and notes, “security problems may start in discretely different realms, but the nature of the Internet is making them more intertwined than ever before,” adding, “security is becoming an issue of ongoing education.”
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