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Symantec has just released its 2018 Internet Security Threat Report which provides insights into global threat activity, cyber-criminal trends and motivations for attackers. The report is based on data from Symantec’s Global Intelligence Network, which Symantec analysts use to identify, analyze and provide commentary on emerging trends in attacks, malicious code activity, phishing and spam.
While there is much to be learned from this comprehensive view into the threat landscape, the following are three key trends:
- Mobile threats continue to rise. New mobile malware variants increased by 54 percent in 2017.
- New sectors are under attack. The software supply chain experiences a 200 percent increase in malware implants and overall IoT attacks increased 600 percent.
- Spear phishing still works. Last year, 71 percent of all target attacks started with spear phishing.
A sample from the report
Symantec’s 2018 Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) provides an overview and analysis of the year in global threat activity. The ISTR includes details on some of the most complex security issues that companies are dealing with including mobile malware, cryptojacking, ransomware, software supply chain and IoT attacks and much more.
We think this report can help you get a better understanding of the threat trends and provide insights into challenges that are focused on your industry.
Contact us today to learn more about this report and how Symantec and CBI can help your organization against these threats.
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