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2017 saw some high profile hacks, exposing the private data of millions. Some of the attacks were launched by individuals, while others were launched by state actors. John Hultquist, director of intelligence analysis for FireEye, joins CBSN to break down this ever changing digital landscape and the threats that lie ahead in 2018.
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