In a year of change, one issue has become so tied to our daily lives that its emergence has been somewhat masked—and that issue is cyber.

Just a few short years ago, cyber was seen as an edge issue that impacted technology companies. Now one need only look at the continuing discussion regarding the presidential election and the effect of the alleged interference by state-sponsored threat actors to see that cyber is embedded in our daily lives in a way that many did not imagine.

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