CNET on what potential security incidents to expect in the next year:

If you’ll permit me to be Debbie Downer for a moment, our security situation is likely to get worse, not better in 2018.

In the WannaCry attack, hackers used NSA hacking tools that leaked into the criminal underworld, repurposing them to launch ransomware at regular computer users.

That’s because hackers are coming up with ransomware attacks that are harder for consumer security products to detect.

The passwords you and I use daily are a terrible security tool that we only rely on because nothing better has come along.

Password manager LastPass patched a big security flaw, and OneLogin got hacked.

Security software will continue to be a target for hackers, who would love to trick you into downloading a malicious tool with high-level access to your computer or phone.

Security: Stay up-to-date on the latest in breaches, hacks, fixes and all those cybersecurity issues that keep you up at night.

One recommendation: use a password manager, and use 1Password. I have been using them for the better part of seven years, and the product is the both the safest and the best on the market.