In this report, we looked at the data from E-Mail and external attack vectors. Most of the statistics researched showed that Phishing, Virus, and Spam events are down from the first few months of 2013 compared to the last quarter of 2012. However, there was still activity that caused people concern related to the Valentine’s Day spam. This was a traditional spam message that directed unsuspecting recipients to malicious website asking for personal information. Attachments also contained code that attempted to spread the virus or exploit a vulnerability on the local system. This is a standard attack vector and Modus Operando of spam.
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02/25/13 at 09:33 am
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) era of corporate computing is here, and without a doubt, the demand by employees to use their own personal smartphones and tablets to conduct business tasks will continue to grow exponentially in the coming years. Businesses that do not meet this demand run the risk of data breaches and compliance violations.