Her report Check Point for 2020 highlights the key techniques that cybercriminals use to attack organizations globally, while providing security professionals with the information they need to know and safeguard companies.
Highlights of Check Point Research:
Increasing Botnet. An estimated 28% of organizations worldwide are affected by attacks botnet, up more than 50% from 2018.
Emotet was the most common malicious bot used, mainly because of its flexibility in enabling malware providers and junk mail.
Ransomware. Attacks ransomware which took place in 2019, did not show any significant increase, but they were quite dangerous. The criminals have carefully chosen their goals in order to make the most of their money.
Reduce unit attacks mobile. Mobile unit attacks, which stood at 33% in 2018, fell to 27% last year.
Magecart attacks have increased. These attacks, introduce malicious code into e-commerce sites to steal customer information.
Increasing attacks on the cloud. Currently over 90% of businesses use cloud providers, while 67% of security groups complain about lack of transparency in its infrastructure. cloud, their safety and compliance.
The report examines the latest threats that have increased, for many commercial areas, and provides a complete overview of developments in the field of malware, increased knowledge of the violators, and attacks on cyberspace for each state separately.