In the coming year, there will be more intricate and complex data integrity attacks, with the main motivation being financial gain and/or political manipulation.
Private enterprises and public entities are looking for ways to better protect information and preserve the integrity of their data, while individuals want to ensure that the internet remains open and provides equal access to information to all. People are now being recognized as a powerful tool to solve these problems.
As a result, the negative perception surrounding hackers is shifting. Most large technology companies run notable bug bounty programs, including Google, Apple and Tesla. Recently the U.S. government added programs such as “HackthePentagon”and “HacktheArmy,” and the recent Department of Defense Vulnerability Disclosure Policy.
In ride the “Ethical Hackers” – the new white knights of the cybercrime world.
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