Cybersecurity insights to help you protect your business
The 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report, the most comprehensive report of its kind, provides insights on the latest security threats and offers recommendations for protecting your organisation from cybersecurity incidents.
NTT Security's 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report provides a comprehensive analysis of this year's threats with actionable information for CISOs. The report highlights the latest ransomware, phishing and DDoS attack trends and demonstrates the impact of today’s threats against global organizations.
The 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) is the most comprehensive report of its kind, based on analysis of over 3.5 trillion logs over the past year from NTT Group operating companies, including NTT Communications NTT Security, Dimension Data and NTT Data, and data from the Global Threat Intelligence Center (formerly known as SERT) and NTT Security research sources, including global honeypots and sandboxes in over 100 different countries in environments independent from institutional infrastructures.
Most organizations will be aware of ransomware – the increasingly common practice whereby an attacker uses malware to prevent users from accessing their systems or by locking users’ files until a ransom is paid.
In an uncertain world, one thing international organizations can be sure about is the need to mark 25 May 2018 in their calendars.
If you haven’t yet been a victim of ransomware, chances are you soon will. With talk now of the ‘ransomware business model’, recent research across the US, UK, Germany and France highlights that ransomware attacks are on the rise, with 48% of businesses seeing attacks in 2016¹. More than ten million ransomware related cyber threats in Asia Pacific were detected and blocked from January to May 2016 by just one security company².
Why? Because on that date, the new General Data Protection Regulation will come into e ect. This will impact every organization in the world that collects or retains personal identi able data from any European individual.
“Security is a business problem. “
As the dust settles after the recent WannaCry ransomware issues most organizations will be aware of this increasingly common practice whereby an attacker uses malware to prevent users from accessing their systems or by locking users’ files until a ransom is paid. Register to access this paper from NTT Security that looks at the rise of ransomware attacks; the evolution of ransomware; the cost to business; the evolution of attack methods; and recommends steps that organizations must take to mitigate the risk of attack.