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2015 Annual Security Report Infographic

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2015 Annual Security Report Infographic

  1. 1. Ineffective Defenses 55%of SecOps quarantine or remove malicious applications as a method of CISOs report using patching and configuration as a defense, while the others leave holes for the attackers to exploit 40% of all OpenSSL versions are older than 50 months, potentially exposing crypto keys and passwords 56% of SecOps report firewall logs are the most common tool to analyze compromised systems, offering limited data and no context For example, only No leading method to eliminate causes of security incidents were identified: Download the 2015 Annual Security Report Before an Attack During an Attack 59% After an Attack Only of SecOps report leveraging Identity Administration and Provisioning, which means over 50% of organizations lack context to user identity and activity 43% Only Defenders Malicious add-ons unwittingly loaded from untrustworthy sources Users in highly targeted industries twice as likely to succumb to Clickfraud and Adware Users Complicit Enablers Unpatched browsers are a dominating concern Percentage of users running latest versions: 64% Google Chrome 10% Microsoft Internet Explorer 2X Exploit kit activity fell exploits dropped 34% 88% Preferred attack vectors: Attackers Shifting Attack Methods more prevalent than other types of malware Malvertising Add-ons spike 250% in October 250% Downloader 6XSPAM 250% Malicious spam activity back on the rise Java Microsoft Internet Explorer Microsoft Silverlight Adobe Flash ©2015 Cisco and or its affiliates. Other company, product and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. Once inside, attackers create a persistent, unchecked state of infection in stealth. Attackers Exploit Defensive Gaps Adversaries are committed to continually refining or developing new techniques that evade detection and hide malicious activity. Security teams must adapt their approach to protecting the organization and users from increasingly sophisticated campaigns. Based on 2014 data www.cisco.com/go/asr2015

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