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  • Today, I will tell you four stories.
    They all have happened in 2010 and have major implications towards the way we do security software and protect our clients
    These are not success stories – instead, they are warnings to us
  • What is the picture showing us?
    An Aurora Borealis – it’s about the Aurora attack
  • Stuxnet – cyber espionage, supermalware
  • Star trek?
    It is becoming popular faster than we anticipated
    I have one, how many of you have one already?
    Eugene Kaspersky said Apple behaves like Novell and Google Behaves like Microsoft. Will the iPhone die?
    Probably not, but Android will probably become the new Windows.
  • This old issue is NOT Chess.
    How many squares are on a chess board? 64
    64 bit operating systems and malware
  • The Aurora attack – happened last year
    But was reported this year
    It was not just Google – evidence seems to indicate over 30 Fortune 500 companies were hit
    During the US presidential campaign, Obama’ staff discovered something similar.
  • The supermalware
    Yes, it exists.
    Stuxnet is one such example. How many of you know that KL has an NDA with Microsoft about it?
    The things we discovered in Stuxnet were so terrible that Microsoft asked us to withhold the public information.
    Between the most hit countries – Iran. What is Iran mostly about? Oil and nuclear research. Both are managed via SCADA.
    Who would like to get more information about Iran’s nuclear weapon program?
  • The first real Trojan for Android discovered by KL at the beginning of August
    Reports such as the Smobile Systems report indicate tens of thousands of potentially dangerous Android Apps
    Unlike the iPhone, Android apps have a higher level of access to the system
    Exploits which obtain ‘root’ access (rooting) on Android are already available
    It’s easier than Jailbreaking the iPHONE – it is “recommended” on the Internet to boost performance, etc
  • 5 years ago, I predicted 64 bit malware. That didn’t happen!
    At the end of August, something bad happened.
    Microsoft disclosed that 46% of Windows 7 installations than 64 bit vs 11% in Vista, vs less than 1% XP
    32 bit malware is rather ineffective on 64 bit.
    At the end of August, TDSS got a 64 bit version. This is the beginning of an era.
  • Ladies and gentlmen, these are the big four stories that changed and shaped the year
  • There is no doubt other things will hit the news in 2011. I'd predict we'll see an immediate drop in exploits against PDF Reader once the sandbox is released. We'll only see targeted attacks against older versions and it'll force a lot of these big (Aurora-type) targets to move quickly to upgrade. Other things to keep an eye for and that we’ve been mentioning for a while are probably P2P threats, wireless security, ATM hacks and why not, infrastructure attacks. A lot of reasons to worry, some might say. Yet, we have managed to fight back and protect the customers, which is why I believe the battle goes on. We need bigger guns, better ammunition. We need better laws, and the Dutch police for instance has been doing a great job dismantling botnets. Some hope for better laws, that could allow the police to take a more active role in fighting cybercrime. In essence, we need more soldiers and of course, we need to be prepared.
  • Kaspersky 10 nov 2010

    1. 1. Stefan Tanase, Senior Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab stefant@kaspersky.ro | twitter.com/stefant | pgp_keyid: 0xdd749e1b Cu ochii în patru Incidentele de securitate ce au marcat anul 2010
    2. 2. Despre Kaspersky Lab Fondată în 1997 • Cea mai mare companie de securitate IT încă de inută de fondatoriț • Întotdeauna profitabilă, cre tere organică, concentrare pe R&Dș +2000 de angaja iț - i tot căutăm!ș • Aproape 1000 de angaja i doar în R&Dț 27 de birouri locale • Statele Unite, Rusia, Tucia, UK, Germania, Fran a, România, Dubai, Africa deț Sud, Japonia, China etc. • Parteneri în mai mult de 100 de ăriț Global Research and Analysis Team • Echipă globală de exper i în securitate informaticăț +40.000 noi programe malware iș 3.500 de noi semnături în fiecare zi Protejăm mai mult de 300 de milioane de utilizatori Luptăm pe toate fronturile împotriva criminalită ii informaticeț
    3. 3. 2010 în retrospectivă 4 întâmplări Pericole pe circuit
    4. 4. Prima poveste Implica ii majoreț : percep ia amenin ărilor către companiiț ț Prima poveste aduce implica ii majore modului în care percepem i tratămț ș amenin ările electronice la adresa companiilorț Atacul Aurora
    5. 5. A doua poveste Întreaga imagine este devastatoare Consecin e majoreț felului în care privim securitatea informatică în zilele noastre Stuxnet botnet
    6. 6. A treia poveste O amenin are în buzunarulț fiecăruia... …în doar câ iva aniț
    7. 7. A patra poveste Va afecta modul în care procesăm informa ia i luăm deciziiț ș Este veche i a început să ia avânt foarte încetș 6464 bits computing64 bits computing
    8. 8. Opera iunea Auroraț Spionaj cibernetic
    9. 9. De la malware la... Supermalware. Stuxnet – sabotaj cibernetic
    10. 10. Amenin ările din buzunar. Buzunarul tau.ț Android
    11. 11. 64 bi iț Când securitatea este ca o sabie cu două tăi uri.ș
    12. 12. Cele patru incidente ce au marcat anul 2010 Reflectă trecutul, prezentul i viitorulș amenin ărilor la securitatea informaticăț Reflectă trecutul, prezentul i viitorulș amenin ărilor la securitatea informaticăț
    13. 13. Cu ochii în patru în 2011
    14. 14. Thank You Stefan Tanase, Senior Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab stefant@kaspersky.ro | twitter.com/stefant | pgp_keyid: 0xdd749e1b Vă mul umesc!ț Întrebări?

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