When it comes to cybersecurity risks and threats in 2019, attackers will do what they always do and follow the path of least resistance (least time, cost, and difficulty) to the biggest reward (money, payout yield, reach, best success rate). For the last two decades, there have been some obvious vectors that always pay dividends, especially around the end user and compromising identity. Phishing is still big because it works, and with so many mechanisms focused on compromise of identity, we should expect to see more targeted, focused spear-phishing.

We’ve also seen rushes to firmware, printers, and routers, which will continue with more exploits of less used devices and the l…
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