Tightening down on smart phones and a shift in focus in the fight against cyber threats are among what’s ahead next year, according to Perimeter E-Security’s new webinar, “Five Data Security Predictions for 2011.”

The threat specialist’s top five are that employers will impose more security controls on smart phones and tablets; the focus on malware will shift from “a what” to “a who” in the wake of attacks on governments and companies; data-leak prevention products that keep such items as credit card and social security numbers out of communications and devices will “go mainstream”; the U.S. will “crawl” toward more-stringent, European Union-style data protection; and public data security benchmarks will emerge.

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