Information security — or the lack thereof — was one of the biggest stories of 2014. From Heartbleed to Kmart to JPMorgan to Snapchat to iCloud to Sony Pictures to countless others, data breaches and software vulnerabilities made news nearly every single week

Looking back over Mashable’s coverage over the last twelve months, I’m struck by just how many services have been compromised, how many pieces of software got patched and how much data was leaked to the public.

If you had asked me in June what the biggest security story was of 2014, I would have answered Heartbleed. In September, the …

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