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2020 was a banner year for viruses, and not just the kind that cause COVID-19. The kinds that encrypt files, steal data, and bring down business systems all thrived this year as well. Does 2021 hold more of the same in store?
Probably, based on predictions for next year from leading security vendors. Here’s a look at the grim but unavoidable developments they see coming in the months ahead.
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