Kaspersky Lab also expects to see the appearance of memory-resident malware that has no interest in surviving beyond the first reboot that will wipe the infection from the machine memory. The Breakdown of Trust in Ransomware: Kaspersky Lab also anticipates the continuing rise of ransomware, but with the unlikely trust relationship between the victim and their attacker – based on the assumption that payment will result in the return of data – damaged as a lesser grade of criminal decides to enter the space.
- Dropbox plans to invest more and more in security, productivity tools and partnerships with ecosystem players.
- Businesses that connect their Dropbox accounts to another service such as Symantec or DocuSign are more likely to upgrade to a paid Dropbox Business account.
- Dropbox aims for making it easy for teams to collaborate both internally and with outside partners.
“”Dropbox, when it was started, was all about keeping your files in sync, and it was a fairly single-player experience,” Woodside told Recode’s Dan Frommer Tuesday at the Code Enterprise conference in San Francisco. “People inherently wanted to share files in their Dropbox.””