Watch: CEO warns more attacks are are inevitable following Spectre and Meltdown patches

The CEO of a major chip design company is warning that more digital attacks are inevitable. After a major exploit was found in computer and phone processors, data of all kinds was exposed to hackers. The flaws, Spectre and Meltdown, aren’t unique to a single manufacturer, and the industry is still scrambling for a solution. Users of the vulnerable chips aren’t planning to stop using them, citing a valuable speed boost. For now, the industry is looking to find and patch vulnerabilities like Spectre before they become a problem.


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