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2010 data breach investigations report
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Has anyone read Verizon Business' 2010 data breach investigations report yet?
http://www.verizonbusiness.com/resources/reports/rp_2010-data-breach-rep ort_en_xg.pdf
 
I know it is out since july this year, but still. It is a very interesting document. It shows for example that only 21% of hacked organizations that should have been PCI DSS compliant actually were PCI DSS compliant.
 
It also shows that the database server is nowadays the most prefered place of attack. 92% of stolen data had been gotten from a database server.
 
The document also has interesting statistics about inside vs. outside attacks and the complexity of the attacks.
 
I recommend reading it, especially when security awareness is low at your workspace.
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