The internet is no longer just a screen in front of our faces. With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), it has spread to our everyday lives in thermostats and fridges. Now, we see the spread of augmented reality and virtual reality (AR and VR) tools and applications that don’t just bring the internet into our lives, but overlays an entirely new reality that can be harnessed and interacted with by a user.
Like most technology, the internet spreads the good and the bad, from the original first virus (Elk Cloner) to modern threats like BitLocker or Stuxnet. AR and VR provide many new and unseen attack surfaces that hackers, terrorists, and criminals will seek to exploit and abuse these new vulnerabilities.
The challenge for enterprises and their customers will be protecting and responding to threats while becoming more immersed in interactive experiences and products.
So are you prepared for the new malicious reality? Watch the on-demand presentation led by Timothy Duckett, Technical Account Manager at Anomali, today.
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