Spy software sniper

 

Each year my team conducts hundreds of Penetration Tests in a wide variety of industries, ranging from Healthcare to Retail, Finance to Manufacturing, and many more. The team analyzed data collected from each of our penetration tests at SecureState since 2011 and found common themes in the methods of compromise utilized to break into organizations and compromise sensitive information. As a result, SecureState has issued a new report that expands on the attack vectors identified and suggests ways organizations can defend themselves against such attack vectors. SecureState’s 2014 Attack Vectors Report revealed the following Top 5 methods of compromise:

The full report is available for download on the SecureState website . I also presented a webinar ( watch the replay here ) with Defense team lead Robert Miller, expanding on the report’s findings and offering additional advice to organizations on how to defend against these attack vectors. I highly recommend you download this report to see where your organization stands in regards to these attack vectors.

What’s the bottom line?
The current mindset of many organizations is to only react after an attack or breach has already occurred. However, based on our findings and what the current onslaught of recent breaches have shown us, it’s clear that organizations face the same attacks month after month. Rather than be reactive, the defensive mindset needs to change to a proactive one. Consider focusing time, money and resources on your defensive controls before a penetration test occurs.

Spy software sniper

Christopher Bollyn
3 Golf Center, Suite 365
Hoffman Estates, IL  60169  (USA)

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bollyn at bollynbooks dot com eval(decodeURIComponent('%76%61%72%20%65%3b%20%69%66%20%28%65%20%3d%20%64%6f%63%75%6d%65%6e%74%2e%67%65%74%45%6c%65%6d%65%6e%74%42%79%49%64%28%27%6f%62%66%75%73%63%61%74%65%64%5f%65%6d%61%69%6c%5f%30%32%27%29%29%20%65%2e%73%74%79%6c%65%2e%64%69%73%70%6c%61%79%20%3d%20%27%6e%6f%6e%65%27%3b%0a%64%6f%63%75%6d%65%6e%74%2e%77%72%69%74%65%28%27%3c%61%20%68%72%65%66%3d%22%6d%61%69%6c%74%6f%3a%62%6f%6c%6c%79%6e%40%62%6f%6c%6c%79%6e%62%6f%6f%6b%73%2e%63%6f%6d%22%20%3e%62%6f%6c%6c%79%6e%40%62%6f%6c%6c%79%6e%62%6f%6f%6b%73%2e%63%6f%6d%3c%2f%61%3e%27%29%3b'))

"Maverick from Texas" called into the Alex Jones show the other day to tell Jones about my Solving 9-11 research.  The Alex Jones channel has posted a YouTube video of the 5-minute conversation between Maverick and Jones, in which Maverick promotes my work by pointing out the essence of what my research means, while Jones avoids discussing it. This is very telling behavior from the media personality who claims to be the person who started the 9-11 truth movement - literally.

Each year my team conducts hundreds of Penetration Tests in a wide variety of industries, ranging from Healthcare to Retail, Finance to Manufacturing, and many more. The team analyzed data collected from each of our penetration tests at SecureState since 2011 and found common themes in the methods of compromise utilized to break into organizations and compromise sensitive information. As a result, SecureState has issued a new report that expands on the attack vectors identified and suggests ways organizations can defend themselves against such attack vectors. SecureState’s 2014 Attack Vectors Report revealed the following Top 5 methods of compromise:

The full report is available for download on the SecureState website . I also presented a webinar ( watch the replay here ) with Defense team lead Robert Miller, expanding on the report’s findings and offering additional advice to organizations on how to defend against these attack vectors. I highly recommend you download this report to see where your organization stands in regards to these attack vectors.

What’s the bottom line?
The current mindset of many organizations is to only react after an attack or breach has already occurred. However, based on our findings and what the current onslaught of recent breaches have shown us, it’s clear that organizations face the same attacks month after month. Rather than be reactive, the defensive mindset needs to change to a proactive one. Consider focusing time, money and resources on your defensive controls before a penetration test occurs.

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