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The Most Advanced Cyber Threats Come from Seemingly Innocent Places

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Virtually everything important is done online today, and while the process is much more convenient than in previous years, it also leaves those who are not well-informed incredibly vulnerable to an ...

Virtually everything important is done online today, and while the process is much more convenient than in previous years, it also leaves those who are not well-informed incredibly vulnerable to an ever-increasing onslaught of cyber attacks.

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    • Seemingly Innocent Places The Most Advanced Cyber Threats Come from
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    • Show as a list $4,500,000,000The estimated cost of all households impacted by spyware, viruses, and phishing is 1 Million Households lost money or compromised accounts from misused phishing 8 Million Households have had spyware problems in the past 6 months 24% of PCs on average worldwide were not protected by up-to-date antivirus software
    • Show as a list From 2012-2013 phishers launched attacks affecting an average of 102,100 peopleworldwide each day Phishing attacks target users in Russia, United States, India, Vietnam, and the UK the most 20.6% of all phishing attacks mimicked banks and other financial organizations
    • Between March 2012 and March 2013, the total amount of mobile malware across all mobile platforms grew 614% In Q1 of 2014, the number of mobile banking Trojans almost doubled from 1,321 to 2,503 That’s a total of 276,259 malicious apps More than 11.6 million mobile devices are infected by mobile malware at any given time Show as a list
    • Show as a list Over the course of a 3-month period, a major financial institution, deploying a complete advanced persistent threat defense solution from Blue Coat, experienced these statistics: Blocked 177 million+ advanced threats Analyzed 18,000+ advanced threats Remediated less than 100 advanced threats
    • Sources: http://www.kaspersky.com/about/news/press/2013/Kaspersky_Lab_report_37_3_million_users_experienced_phishing_attacks_in_the_last_year http://bgr.com/2014/01/29/mobile-malware-study-alcatel-lucent/ http://www.statisticbrain.com/computer-virus-statistics/ http://blogs.technet.com/b/microsoft_blog/archive/2013/04/17/latest-security-intelligence-report-shows-too-many-pcs-lack-antivirus-protection.aspx http://thenextweb.com/insider/2013/06/26/juniper-mobile-malware-is-an-increasingly-profit-driven-business-as-92-of-all-known-threats-target-android/ http://www.kaspersky.com/about/news/virus/2014/Q1-2014-Mobile-Banking-Trojans-Double-Surge-Bitcoin-Wallet-Attacks-Cyber-Espionage-Back-From-Dead learn how to protect your business from advanced threats