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Website Security Statistics Report (2010) - Industry Bechmarks (Slides)

by Chief Technology Officer at WhiteHat Security on Sep 22, 2010

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Every organization needs to know where they stand with their application security program, especially against its adversaries. Verizon Business' 2010 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), a study ...

Every organization needs to know where they stand with their application security program, especially against its adversaries. Verizon Business' 2010 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), a study conducted in cooperation with the United States Secret Service, provides insight. The report analyzes over 141 confirmed data breaches from 2009 which resulted in the compromise of 143 million records. To be clear, this data set is restricted to incidents of a "data" breach, which is different than those only resulting in financial loss. Either way, the data is overwhelming. The majority of breaches and almost all of the data stolen in 2009 (95%) were perpetrated by remote organized criminal groups hacking "servers and applications." That is, hacking Web Servers and Web applications — "websites" for short. The attack vector of choice was SQL Injection, typically a vulnerability that can't readily be "patched," and used to install customized malware.

Until now no metrics have been published which organizations can use as a benchmark to compare themselves against their industry peers. These benchmarks may help answer the question, "How are we doing?" or "Are we secure enough?" WhiteHat Security's 10th Website Security Statistics Report presents a statistical picture of the vulnerability assessment results from over 2,000 websites across 350 organizations under WhiteHat Sentinel management. For the first time, we've broken down the numbers by industry and size of organization. The data provides a unique perspective on the state of website security that may begin answering some of these pressing questions.

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