Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Is your company prepared for 2008?

Read an interesting piece of information about the most likely security threats in 2008 - read it here!

Top Ten Cyber Security Menaces for 2008:

  1. Increasingly Sophisticated Web Site Attacks That Exploit Browser Vulnerabilities - Especially On Trusted Web Sites
  2. Increasing Sophistication And Effectiveness In Botnets
  3. Cyber Espionage Efforts By Well Resourced Organizations Looking To Extract Large Amounts Of Data - Particularly Using Targeted Phishing
  4. Mobile Phone Threats, Especially Against iPhones And Android-Based Phones; Plus VOIP
  5. Insider Attacks
  6. Advanced Identity Theft from Persistent Bots
  7. Increasingly Malicious Spyware
  8. Web Application Security Exploits
  9. Increasingly Sophisticated Social Engineering Including Blending Phishing with VOIP and Event Phishing
  10. Supply Chain Attacks Infecting Consumer Devices (USB Thumb Drives, GPS Systems, Photo Frames, etc.) Distributed by Trusted Organizations

The ranked list is created by Stephen Northcutt, Ed Skoudis, Marc Sachs, Johannes Ullrich, Tom Liston, Eric Cole, Eugene Schultz, Rohit Dhamankar, Amit Yoran, Howard Schmidt, Will Pelgrin, and Alan Paller.

 

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