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FCW : September 15, 2014
BackStory Breaches, breaches everywhere 34 September 15, 2014 FCW.COM The news that as many as 25,000 Department of Homeland Security employees might be affected by U.S. Investigations Services’ recent data breach is just the latest reminder that both the number and variety of cyber incidents are growing fast. 218,886 security incidents were reported to the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team in the previous fiscal year. IBM reports that the average company experienced nearly 92 million security events in 2013. The average U.S. breach involves 29,087 records. Government is the second most frequently targeted sector: Computer services 28% Government 15% Financial markets 12% Media & entertainment 9% Education 7% Other 29% Cloud and apps are opening up new attack vectors: 81% of employees are using at least one unauthorized software- as-a-service app to do their jobs. Malware and outside attacks still dominate: Malicious code 38% Sustained probe/scan 20% Unauthorized access 19% Suspicious activity 12% Access or credentials abuse 9% Denial of service 2% Insiders play some role in nearly half the incidents: Outsiders 56% Combination 22% Malicious insiders 17% Inadvertent actor 5% Sources: US-CERT, IBM, Ponemon Institute, Frost and Sullivan’s Stratecast, FCW research
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