What is at stake
In 61% of external pentest projects, confidential customer data was successfully accessed.
More than 50% of the systems studied have a low level of security.
80% of mobile financial services applications do not have a high level of security.
89% of internal pentest projects resulted in a successful escalation of privileges to domain administrator.
100% OF NON-FINANCIAL ORGANISATIONS
show a low level of security in their internal infrastructures
4 IN 10 COMPANIES
do not focus on delivering the recent cyberthreat information to their employees
Threat Zone is a large-scale analytical research that highlights the key trends in cyberattacks and their impact on the global economy and business.
BI.ZONE experts encourage all stakeholders to pool resources and strengthen global cyber resilience, by talking about:
- infrastructure security issues
- current vulnerabilities
- threat trends
- situations in specific industries
of bank account fraud is carried out by social engineering methods
of social engineering attacks on accounts come from phone calls
bank account thefts are carried out using mobile applications
of companies do not have a business continuity and recovery plan
of large companies do not hold regular meetings on cybersecurity with the participation of top management
of companies had not analysed the applicability of GDPR requirements to their business processes
cybersecurity remains rather low
segments are lagging behind in addressing the security of third-party communications and relations
are least mature in operational security
Regular training improves staff resilience to phishing by 9 times
are vulnerable to attacks in companies with no systematic education
are vulnerable to attacks in companies with systematic education