Network Security Threats
Blastware That Destroy Systems, Erase Data,
And Cover Hacker Tracks
If altered, Blastware self-destructs and wipes out all information on a hard drive. Now your data isn’t only under the threat of being stolen, but also deleted. 2
Exploitable Major Flaws In
Last year’s Heartbleed and Shellshock has raised the awareness for cybercriminals everywhere on old insecure code in our computer systems that can be exploited.3
Credit Card Breaches
Chip-‘n’-PIN cards and readers are now implemented to prevent the siphoning of credit card data, however, poor implementation of this new technology was found to be exploitable.
Mobile Malware That Attack Mobile And Other Platforms
Our overreliance on smartphones, cybercriminals can now target our mobile devices as access points to our cloud-based enterprise applications and data resources.4
Corporations Extorted With Revenue And Data Breaches
2014 has become known as the “year of the breach”, with the Sony hack in the forefront of the issue. These incidents are predicted to continue and intensify on 2015.
Healthcare Record Threats
Medical information which includes the most Personal Identifiable Information(PII), often linked to financial information, is now threatened due to its availability in digital form.
Social Media Attacks
Attackers will target enterprise executive accounts to infected sites to perpetrate confidence schemes, distribute malware, and steal customer data.
Decrease In Malware
The decline in malware leads to cybercriminals diverting their focus on more targeted attacks, rather than the high-volume malware that had been a trend in recent years.