So, you have a security policy, a blue team tasked with protecting your organization and an incident response plan. What happens when the inevitable occurs – you are attacked? SANS just released their 2015 Incident Response survey, summarizing results from 507 survey respondents who shared the top attack types they are seeing, and what is (and it not) working today in terms of incident response.
The good news: malware, data breaches and Advanced Persistent Threats (APT’s) were all down in percentage of respondents affected from 2014 to 2015. One of the outcomes that surprised me: the most common data stolen in a breach is employee information. In the news, we don’t seem to hear about that as much.
The infographic below summarizes some of the key findings from this year’s survey. You can download the full survey report here.
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