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Annual Security Reports, Part 1

Posted by Jaime Raphael Licauco, CISSP, GSEC on January 24, 2010

Annual Report Pandalabs 2009
Topics include:
2009 in figures
The year at a glance (Web 2.0, Blackhat SEO Techniques, Cyberwar)
Threats in 2009 (The profitability of rogueware, Banker Trojans, Conficker)
Spam
Main vulnerabilities in 2009
Trends in 2010

Download the full report here



Ernst & Young’s 12th annual global information security survey

Key survey findings include (taken Verbatim from the report):

Managing risks
– Improving information security risk management is top security priority for the next year.
– External and internal attacks are increasing.
– Reprisals from recently separated employees have become a major concern.

Addressing challenges
– Availability of skilled information security resources is the greatest challenge to effectively delivering information security initiatives.
– Despite most organizations maintaining current spending on information security, adequate budget is still a significant challenge to delivering security initiatives.
– Security training and awareness programs are falling short of expectations.

Complying with regulations
– Regulatory compliance continues to be an important driver for information security.
– Cost compliance remains high, with few companies planning to spend less in the next 12 months.
– Too few organizations have taken the necessary steps to protect personal information.

Leveraging technology
– Implementing DLP technologies is the top security priority for many organizations.
– The lack of endpoint encryption remains a key risk with few companies encrypting laptops or desktop computers.
– Virtualization and cloud computing are gaining greater adoption, but few companies are considering the information security implications.


Download the full report here

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