Cyberattack tools used against businesses in 2015 were different to those used against consumers, according to Kaspersky Lab’s review of corporate threats in the last
Perhaps for the first time in history, issues relating to the security of the Internet and the protection of internal networks were discussed by and relevant to every sector of the economy as well as everyday life: from finance, manufacturing/industrial, automotive and aircraft to wearable devices, healthcare, dating services and more.
Advanced Persistent Threats or APTs as we know them will cease to exist in 2016, replaced by deeper, embedded attacks that are harder to detect and trace back to the perpetrators, according to Kaspersky Lab experts.
Media OutReach – Nov 19, 2015 – FireEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: FEYE) and Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Singtel) today released a new report on advanced cyber attacks against organizations in Southeast Asia. In the first half of the year, organizations observed in the region faced a 45 percent higher risk of facing a targeted cyber attack than the global average. In the prior six-month period, they faced only a 7 percent higher risk.
The APEC CEOs identified broadband connectivity as a priority among the several growth-driven areas in a survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCooper (PWC) among the region’s top business leaders.