NTT Group 2014 Global Threat Intelligence Report

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Reduce the Threat Mitigation Timeline

The NTT Group 2014 Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) emphasizes that the security basics, when done right, can be enough to mitigate and even avoid high-profile, costly data breaches altogether. Using statistics and real-world case studies, the report shows that combining threat avoidance and threat response capabilities into a strategic approach provides the best chance to reduce the impact of threats.

Key findings include:

  • The cost for a “minor” SQL injection attack exceeds $196,000
  • Anti-virus fails to detect 54 percent of new malware collected by honeypots
  • 43 percent of incident response engagements were the result of malware
  • Botnet activity takes an overwhelming lead at 34 percent of events observed
  • PCI assessed organizations are better at addressing perimeter vulnerabilities
  • The health care vertical accounted for 21% of all botnet activity observed in 2013

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