Smile! You’re about to be hacked

Consultants Robert Baldwin and Kevin Kingdon, speaking at the RSA Conference, predicted that video and audio files could become the next big attack vector.  Copy protection software embedded in video files can prevent security scans from working, making video files a likely vector for malware.  Many video consumers have a trusted source for content, such as cable television and iTunes, but many are circulating content downloaded from random source on the Internet.  Enterprises may begin to see video threats as they begin using more video in business presentations and other operations.


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