Join Mark Whitehead, Director, SpiderLabs NA, Trustwave for an exclusive and informative video interview to learn more about: - The challenges, risks and security gaps of the new regulations - The hurdles that each new regulation and framework will present - What the U. Join this panel of industry leaders and security experts to learn more about cyber attacks and how to protect your organization in Viewers will learn about: - What the experts are seeing when it comes to successful and profitable breaches - How businesses can be successful in stopping attackers in their tracks - Expert recommendations for improving security in and beyond This panel will be broadcast LIVE during RSA Conference in San Francisco. Hear from Brian Hussey, Vice President of Cyber Threat Detection and Response and Mark Whitehead, Vice President SpiderLabs to learn about the threats the Trustwave SpiderLabs elite security team identified during red team and threat hunt engagements and how to prevent against the growing threat landscape. Hussey and Whitehead will also discuss recommendations and best practices for a cybersecurity posture that can withstand the increased focus on cybersecurity when it comes to regulation and compliance. The What, Why, and How of AttackSurfaceMapper Recorded: Oct 3 6 mins Andreas Georgiou, Security Consultant, Trustwave The primary goal for any security professional today is to present less of a target-rich environment for the slew of cyber swindlers aiming to compromise critical assets.

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To speak to a Trustwave representative. Newsroom News Releases Trustwave News Releases document our latest announcements, including corporate news, product and service launches and industry accolades. The report discloses how much criminals can profit from malware attacks, which data they target, how they get inside, how long it takes for businesses to detect and contain data breaches, what types of businesses criminals are targeting and where the majority of victims are located.

It also reveals the most commonly used exploits, most prevalent malware families and more. The maximum number of vulnerabilities Trustwave experts found in a single application was The median number of vulnerabilities per application increased 43 percent in from the previous year. The estimated time it took Trustwave security testers to crack an eight-character password was one day. The estimated time it takes to crack a ten-character password is days.

Forty percent were of point-of-sale POS breaches. E-commerce compromises decreased 13 percentage points from to Twenty percent of the time attackers sought either financial credentials or proprietary information compared to 45 percent in meaning attackers shifted their focus back to payment card data. The report reveals that self-detection leads to quicker containment of a breach.

In , for self-detected breaches, a median of For breaches detected by an external party, a median of days elapsed from intrusion to containment. Weak remote access security or weak passwords contributed to 94 percent of POS breaches. About Trustwave Trustwave helps businesses fight cybercrime, protect data and reduce security risk. With cloud and managed security services, integrated technologies and a team of security experts, ethical hackers and researchers, Trustwave enables businesses to transform the way they manage their information security and compliance programs.

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To speak to a Trustwave representative. Newsroom News Releases Trustwave News Releases document our latest announcements, including corporate news, product and service launches and industry accolades. The report is derived from the analysis of billions of logged security and compromise events worldwide, hundreds of hands-on data-breach investigations and internal research. Findings depict improvement in areas such as intrusion to detection however, also showed increased sophistication in malware obfuscation, social engineering tactics, and advanced persistent threats. The retail sector suffered the most breach incidences at This is reflective of increased attack sophistication and targeting of larger service providers and franchise head offices and less on smaller high-volume targets in previous years.


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