Pretty much everyone expects the pace of cyberattacks seen over the past two years to continue in 2016, but there are some differences in next year’s security predictions. For one thing, we're hearing the term “prediction” used more in place of “prevention.”

The reason: Nearly everyone agrees now that cyber incidents are inevitable for … nearly everyone. That means that CIOs and CISOs need to have a response plan in place. Failure to do so will likely cost someone their job should a significant incident occur. That’s already happening to some degree in the healthcare industry.

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