Threat intelligence should be translated into business-speak to help decision-makers understand the impact of potential threats and incorporate TI into their business strategies.
The latest IBM X-Force report highlighted threats stemming from misconfigured cloud servers and inadvertent insider negligence and examined malware trends from 2017 that could continue into 2018.
The information and communication technology (ICT) industry suffered the second-most attacks out of all sectors monitored by IBM X-Force in 2016.
According to the 2017 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, cybercriminals targeted the financial services sector more than any other industry in 2016.
The volume and sophistication of data breaches grew dramatically in 2016 as cybercriminals began targeting unstructured data for the first time.
The IBM X-Force team tracked the weaponization of IoT devices and found that the threat of so-called thingbots increased dramatically in 2016.
The latest edition of the IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index detailed how companies were affected by data breaches during the "year of the mega breach."
The CAPEC standard for attack categorization enables analysts to more efficiently classify, prioritize and communicate about common threats and events.
According to the upcoming IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, the creation of new TLDs is generating new ways for fraudsters to distribute spam.
The latest IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Report revealed some interesting trends regarding cybercrime in 2015 — and noted how it surpassed expectations.