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We Asked Hackers To Predict The Future of Hacking

Radio Motherboard talks to hackers about tomorrow’s biggest hacks, and what you can do to be secure online.

by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
Aug 2 2016, 5:15pm

This is not one of the hackers we talked to, and this is actually not how real hackers normally look like (Image: lizardhq)

As our lives become ever more digitized, the security of our data will become ever more important to protect.

So far, judging by the daily routine of data breaches and large scale hacks, it seems like we're failing to secure our most precious digital belongings. As some in the world of information security say, everything will get hacked. But is that really true?

As part of The Hacks We Can't See, Motherboard's theme week exploring the future of hacking, we asked real hackers what they think the future holds. We also spoke to Morgan Marquis-Boire, a well-known security researcher who's spent the last few years hunting malware and helping human rights activists and journalists protect themselves.

What's the craziest thing that'll get hacked in the future? And what can you do to protect yourself? Listen to this week's episode of Radio Motherboard to find out.

The Hacks We Can't See is Motherboard's theme week dedicated to the future of security and the hacks no one's talking about. Follow along here.

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