The IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly – 3Q 2014
So far, the disclosure of the Heartbleed vulnerability in the OpenSSL library has been the biggest event to hit the security industry in 2014. This report provides insights about:
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The IBM X-Force Research and Development team continually analyzes trends in attack behaviors across a range of industries. In addition to the current report, you can download previous reports for more information.
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IBM X-Force Research and Development is one of the most renowned commercial security research and development teams in the world. These security professionals monitor and analyze security issues from a variety of sources, including its database of more than 76,000 computer security vulnerabilities, its global web crawler and its international spam collectors.
The X-Force team produces the IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly report to help customers, fellow researchers and the public at large better understand the latest security risks, and stay ahead of emerging threats. The reports dive deeply into some of the most significant challenges facing security professionals today, including software vulnerabilities and public exploitation, malware, spam, phishing, web-based threats and general attack activity.
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