2014 Year of the Mega Breach

Report
Security for Today’s Threat
Landscape
Kat Pelak
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Mega Breaches
• Healthcare, education and the public sectors accounted for 58% of all
data breaches
• But the retail, computer software and financial sectors accounted for 77%
of all the identities exposed in 2013.
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Top Causes of Data Breaches
Sept. 2013 to Aug 2014
Source: Symantec
Number
of Incidents
53%
21%
20%
Hackers
Accidentally
Made Public
Theft or Loss
Insider Theft
6%
137
55
51
16
TOTAL
259
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Data Loss Increase
552M
93M
2012
2013
?
?
2014
552M Total identities exposed
in 2013, A 493% Increase.
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Breaches
Data by the Numbers
Ransomware
500% in the
last 6
months.
Dragonfly: Western Energy Companies Under
Sabotage Threat
• Ongoing cyberespionage campaign
• Targeting the energy sector in Europe and US. Other
sectors not immune
• Stealing information
• Capable of sabotage
• Attacker capabilities
– persistent access to networks
– Information stealing
– Sabotage
Why is Security so LAX?
• A Russian crime
organization has
reportedly stolen
over 1.2 billion
Internet
credentials.
• Over 4,000
websites appear
to have been
compromised
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Email-borne threats are common
1 in 392
1 in 196
Emails are a phishing attack
Emails are a malware attack
25%
66%
Contain a hyperlink to
malicious code
of all email is spam
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Mobile Users at Risk
%
38
Of smartphone users have experienced
mobile cybercrime in past 12 months
%
50
Don’t use basic precautions such as
passwords, security software or back
up files for their mobile device
Source: 2013 Norton Report
Mobile Security IQ
DELETE SUSPICIOUS
EMAILS FROM PEOPLE
THEY DON’T KNOW
HAVE AT LEAST A BASIC
FREE ANTIVIRUS
SOLUTION
AVOID STORING
SENSITIVE FILES
ONLINE
90%
72%
78%
56%
33%
48%
Source: 2013 Norton Report
Social Media
ISTR
Sept 2013 – Aug 2014
60%
52%
50%
40%
37%
30%
20%
9%
10%
2%
1%
Fake Apps
Comment
Jacking
0%
Fake Offering Manual Sharing
Likejacking
Mobile Threats
Mobile Threats: Malicious Code by Platform, 2013
Source: Symantec
Platform
Android
Number
of Threats
57
Percent
of Threats
94%
Symbian
1
2%
Windows
1
2%
iOS
1
2%
Android remains the platform of choice for malware
authors
Targeted Attacks
Protection Against Targeted Attacks
Reputational & Behavioral
Protection (SEP)
• Detect and block new and unknown threats based on global reputation and
behavior of files
Host-based Intrusion
Detection and Prevention (DCS)
• Locks down key systems that contain confidential information
• Prevents any unauthorized code to run — independent of AV signatures
Removable Media Device Control
(SEP)
• Restrict removable devices and functions to prevent malware infection
Email & Web Gateway Security
• Scan & block email with potentially malicious URLs, attachments or content.
• Monitor inbound/outbound web traffic and block accordingly
Encryption
• Discover data spills of confidential information that are targeted by attackers
• Detect and prevent exfiltration of confidential information that are targeted
by attackers
Endpoint & Network Data
Correlation (MSS-ATP)
• Create and enforce security policies so all confidential information is
encrypted
Network Threat and Vulnerability
Monitoring (MSS)
• Prioritize threat information detected at the network through security
intelligence and information coming from endpoint security devices.
Zero-day Vulnerabilities
Avoiding Data Breaches
Data Classification (Insight)
• Determine what sensitive information exists in your organization
• Categorize it appropriately and protect it according to its classification level
Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
• Detect and prevent exfiltration of sensitive information that is targeted by
attackers
• Enforce rules prohibiting access of confidential data using applications
Host-based Intrusion
Detection and Prevention (DCS)
• Locks down key systems that contain confidential information
• Prevents any unauthorized code to run — independent of AV signatures
Email & Web Gateway Security
• Scan & block email with potentially malicious URLs, attachments or content.
• Monitor inbound/outbound web traffic and block accordingly
Encryption
• Create and enforce security policy so all confidential information is encrypted
Strong Authentication (VIP)
• Use two-factor authentication to protect against credential theft
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Mitigating Mobile Attacks
Application Management
Symantec App Center
• Secure data in corporate applications regardless of device ownership
Device Management
Symantec Mobile Management
• Remotely wipe devices in case of theft or loss, control password policies
• Update devices with applications as needed without physical access
Device Security
Symantec App Center
• Guard mobile device against malware
• Prevent the device from becoming a vulnerability
Identity & Access Control
Symantec VIP
• Provide strong authentication and authorization for access to enterprise
applications and resources
• Ensure safe access to enterprise resources from right devices with right postures
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Defense-in-Depth
Security Information Management
Secure Mail Gateway
Client and Asset Management
Encryption
Endpoint Protection
3 things you should do when you leave this
room..
1
Review your current security stack
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Consider your options to fill the gaps
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If you need help, contact Symantec
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Thank you!
Kat Pelak
[email protected]
@KatherynePelak
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