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Die neue Threat-Landschaft – Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) 2019

Die Angriffe mit Ransomware gehen erstmals leicht zurück. Neue Angriffsformen schließen die Lücke. Angreifer tarnen ihre Attacken gegen Unternehmen zunehmend raffiniert, um unentdeckt zu bleiben. Sprechen Sie mit uns über diese und viele weitere Trends:

•2018 war das Jahr des Formjackings, während Cryptojacking und Ransomware nachlassen. Gezielte Angriffe mit Ransomware sind für Unternehmen aber nach wie vor ein Problem.
•Supply-Chain-Attacken und das Ausnutzen bekannter Schwachstellen sind auch 2018 auf dem Vormarsch.
•Cloud-Anwendern droht von vielen Seiten Gefahr, etwa in Form von Datenverlusten durch ungesicherten Cloud-Storage oder über Schwachstellen der eingesetzten Chip-Hardware.
•Die Zahl gezielter Angriffe auf Produktivsysteme in der Industrie steigt; viele Hacker-Gruppen setzten bei ihren Angriffen auf zerstörerische Malware.
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Candid Wüest (Sr. Threat Researcher at Symantec); Thomas Hemker (CISSP, CISM, CISA)
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