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Monitored Security is Superior

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Around the globe, organizations experienced a record number of security leaks and attacks in 2016. But did you know that attacks and incidents actually decreased in 2016 for clients monitored by
IBM® Security Services?

Get a preview of the key findings from the 2017 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index in this infographic and then read the complete report to learn even more: http://ibm.co/2ngbJdB

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Monitored Security is Superior

  1. 1. LEARN MORE 12% 48% MOST ATTACKED 2nd MOST ATTACKED Financial services Information and communications Manufacturing Retail Healthcare 1 2 3 4 5 53% 3% 5% 7% 46% 5% 1% 4% 2% 25% 42% 96% 91% 91% 29% Fewer More Industry sector % M alicious insider % Inadvertent actor % Outsiders IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2017 Monitored security is superior security Around the globe, organizations experienced a record number of security leaks and attacks in 2016. But did you know that attacks and incidents actually decreased in 2016 for clients monitored by IBM® Security Services? Here are key findings from the 2017 IBM X-Force® Threat Intelligence Index. IBM-MONITORED SECURITY CLIENTS FARED BETTER THAN OTHERS IN 2016. Around the globe, other organizations weren’t so lucky. 4 billion+ records leaked—more than double the figures from 2014 and 2015 combined 10,000+ vulnerabilities—a record-breaking volume WHO GOT ATTACKED? Financial services was the most-attacked industry. Some industries were hit harder with insider attacks—others with outsiders. Wouldn’t it be great to see security threats go down instead of up this year? IBM Security offers the expertise you need to help guard against security threats, including around-the-clock security monitoring and reporting, to help you improve your security and compliance posture. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2017. All Rights Reserved. IBM, the IBM logo, ibm.com, and X-Force are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States. SE912361-USEN-00 Attacks down Security incidents down Attack: Malicious activity attempting to collect, disrupt, deny, degrade or destroy information or system resources. Incident: A security event that has been reviewed by IBM Security analysts and deemed worthy of deeper investigation. Monitoring key industries reveals rich data on attack trends. Here’s what X-Force learned about 2016: Information and communications took second place for most-attacked. Healthcare, manufacturing and retail experienced a majority of injection attacks. SQL injection (SQLi) and operating system command injection (OS CMDi) attacks were the most common method of attack across all five sectors. WHO WERE THE ATTACKERS? Whether malicious or inadvertent, insider attacks loomed large in financial services and healthcare. Outside attackers were the most common culprits in retail, and in information and communications. FIND OUT HOW IBM SECURITY CAN HELP.

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