SERT Monthly Threat Reports

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Blogs, RSS feeds, white papers...there's a lot of information out there. We want to make it easy for you to keep up with the latest threats in the security arena. In addition to our blog and our white papers, we also publish short, monthly security reports as compiled by our Security Engineering Research Team (SERT).

Security Threat Report - January 2017

February 01, 2017

This NTT Security Monthly Threat Report discusses: NTT Security Monitoring Observations with a focus on RCE Trending, a WebEx Plugin RCE Vulnerability, the Most Common Passwords of 2016 and the shift from SHA-1 to SHA-2 certificates.

Security Threat Report - December 2016

January 04, 2017

This NTT Security Monthly Threat Report discusses: NTT Security Monitoring Observations, Resurgence of Sophisticated Malvertising Campaign, Breach Updates and Wiper Malware.

Security Threat Report - November 2016

December 01, 2016

This NTT Security Monthly Threat Report discusses: NTT Security Monitoring Observations, MySQL Vulnerabilities, U.S. Cybersecurity policy and Threats to ICS in the Manufacturing Sector.

Security Threat Report - October 2016

November 01, 2016

This NTT Security Monthly Threat Report discusses: NTT Security Monitoring Observations, Adobe Flash Player Vulnerability, Microsoft Changes to Patch Tuesday and IoT in the Energy Sector.

Security Threat Report - September 2016

October 03, 2016

This NTT Security Monthly Threat Report discusses: Monitoring Observations and Trends; Cisco Email Security Appliance Vulnerability; A new TTP Targeting ATMs; Increase in DDoS Attacks Globally

Security Threat Report - August 2016

September 01, 2016

This NTT Security Monthly Threat Report discusses: The most targeted products and vulnerabilities; PoS breaches; Rise of GPS spoofing; Hackers targeting EMV technology and ATMs; DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge

What's New

Blog: Avoiding Popular Tax Season Scams

Webinar: 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report Review

White Paper: Defending Against Advanced Persistent Threats - Download

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2016 GTIR

Now available! The 2016 NTT Group Global Threat Intelligence Report.
The report provides 2015 findings and recommendations to help reduce disrupt attacks.

Click here. Get the Report.