Here we are with the second part of the timeline of May (first part here).
Summer is coming here, and looks like attackers prefer to spend more time in the beach rather than in front of their keyboards. In fact the number of reported attack is confirming its decreasing trend, at least for this part of the year.
And here we are with the second part of the Cyber Attacks Timeline for May (first part here).
The second half of the month has shown an unusual activity with several high-profile breaches motivated by Cyber-Crime or Hacktivism, but also with the disclosure of massive Cyber-Espionage operations.
The first half of March is gone, and here it is the Timeline of the main Cyber Attacks for this period, a timeline which shows, once again, a month characterized by Hacktivism, and in particular by cyber attacks carried on in retaliation for the arrests of the LulzSec members, among which, particularly meaningful, is the one perpetrated against a Security Firm: Panda Security.... Read More
This awful infosec July is over, and finally we can sum up the Cyber Attacks reported during this month. I collected all the available information and inserted it inside the following chart. Where possible (that is enough information available) I tried to estimate the cost of the attacks using the indications from the Ponemon’s insitute according to which the average cost of a Data Breach is US $214 for each compromised record. The total sum (for the known attacks) is around $7.6 billion, mainly due to the “National Data Breach” of the South Korean Social Network Cyworld.... Read More
Update July 14: Database Re-leaked... Read More