WHY IT MATTERS
Multi-vector targeted attacks (advanced persistent threats) is a structured complex of cybercriminal activities against a particular organization.
Criminals most often try to exfiltrate payment details and trade secrets, pursue a fraud, or cause failures of mission-critical infrastructure objects.
Such attacks may comprise known threats:
specialized malware injection,
social engineering techniques,
exploiting infrastructure and application code vulnerabilities,
THREAT URGENCY. SURVEY-PROVED
Explosive growth of targeted attacks
In 2014, the number of APTs increased by 48% YoY, with 66% of security incidents remaining undetected for months.
DDoS attacks get more affordable for criminals
DDoS attacks annually increase by 18-20% worldwide.
Most web applications have critical vulnerabilities
Even the first audit reveals approximately five vulnerabilities, which intruders can exploit, in each web application.
Direct financial losses due to web resource malfunction
Leaked payment details, confidential information, know-hows, and trade secrets
Redirecting funds, theft and fraud
Compromising personal and financial data
A BRAND NEW APPROACH TO FAMILIAR THREATS
Hackers employ a tiered attack approach, with basic security being ill-prepared for such threats.
Automated self-learning continuous security suite is the only way to combat such attacks.
* According to the InfoWatch Analytic Center, Neustar and other
** Sony Pictures' website was hacked, data from approximately 1m accounts were stolen, Habrahabr.ru
*** According to Group IB
**** Damage from the Heartbleed vulnerability is estimated to $500m, Xakep.ru