December 26, 2018

2019: The Year Ahead in Cybersecurity

In this Threatpost article, Enveil CEO Ellison Anne Williams offers her insights on trends to expect in the year ahead.


More Spectre-Like Flaws

2018 started with a bang after the disclosure of two hardware-based side-channel flaws, Spectre and Meltdown. The two impacted a wide range of microprocessors used in the past decade in computers and mobile devices, including those running Android, Chrome, iOS, Linux, macOS and Windows – and over the year, fresh variants continue to emerge. Security experts predict that Spectre variants will continue to be discovered in 2019. “The chip flaws announced in 2018 may have been the most pervasive examples of memory attack surface vulnerabilities we’ve seen to date, but it certainly won’t be the last,” Ellison Anne Williams, CEO of Enveil,

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