More data breaches are expected this holiday season, according to industry experts.
"It's just a matter of when they're going to get hacked, not if," said Robert Twitchell in an International Business Times report. Twitchell is president and CEO of cybersecurity firm Dispersive Technologies, and a cyberwarfare consultant for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Attacks on businesses are growing at a faster clip, with cybercrimes such as identity theft, stolen information and fraud costing the global economy mU.ore than $500 billion a year, according to a report from computer security provider McAfee. And things are expected to get worse, as outlines in a St. Louis Business Journal cover story: Hacked: Why no company is safe in the age of cyber warfare.
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