What Are Hackers Hacking?

Presented by

Noa Bar Yosef, Senior Security Strategist, Imperva

About this talk

Vulnerabilities are everywhere. Knowing where they are is useful—but know which one will be exploited is much more useful. Security professionals need to focus on real threats plaguing today’s practitioners and provide up-to-date statistics on actual attack data. Where can they get such data? Imperva’s Hacker Intelligence Initiative analyzes hacker attack data on a regular, detailed basis and helps answer: What are the most commonly exploited vulnerabilities? What are the trending topics hackers are discussing? Where should practitioners focus their Web security controls? The talk will discuss each of these questions separately and provide data collected from: •Imperva honey pots which track and record live attack traffic •Monitored discussions on hacker forums •Analyses of hacker technologies and innovations

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