But these past few years, computer viruses have become much more elaborate. Criminals do not stop at stealing someone’s personal data. The cyber menace showed its true potential when the Stuxnet virus targeted Iranian infrastructure in 2010, in an apparent bid to disrupt the country’s uranium enrichment programme. As computers organise and dominate more and more of our world, five distinct threats are emerging, says Eugene Kaspersky, founder and chief executive of Russian computer security firm Kaspersky Lab and speaker at this year’s Counter Terror Expo in London.
We’ve put together a comprehensive infographic breaking down some of the differences between the public, private and hybrid cloud and their uses for various workloads, as well as some of the trends affecting enterprise cloud computing in 2016.