A few weeks ago, I took my first plane ride. Most people seem to have taken their first trip through the clouds when they were children, and regarded me with disbelief when I, a twenty-four-year-old, told them I had never done it. I flew from Atlanta to Raleigh, North Carolina and back, a trip that took a little over an hour each way.
It’s a new year and that always means the same thing – time to make those resolutions. I, like many, make New Year’s resolutions that center around my health and my family. I need to eat better, exercise more, spend more time with my kids, work a little smarter, and lose a few pounds.
As we approach the threshold of 2018, we bring with us hindsight that some of us wish we’d had earlier. If you have been paying any attention to the cyber security domain this year, you know that data breaches have been at the forefront of the mind of the consumer. The unprecedented number of attacks has made it clear that 2018 is going to bring with it new cyber threats that we’re going to have to prepare for.