Security Predictions for 2003

Friday, 17 January 2003, 1:29 PM EST

Richard Forno writes:

"After a much-needed holiday hiatus, I’m back for 2003. And what better way to kick off the new year than with a series of predictions for the Internet security community?

For better or for worse, 2003 will be an exciting year for information assurance professionals and for the Internet in general, particularly on the policy and technical fronts. As always, the phrase “never a dull moment” will apply to us involved in the security field, which will hopefully mean that we’ll stay gainfully employed."

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