July 2016 Threat Intelligence Executive Summary Report

Threat Intelligence Executive Summary Report for July 2016

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Review the events and trends that shaped cybersecurity last month

What you will learn:

  • Lax Security Caused Leaks - Data from several organizations was leaked online due to inadequate security controls on the software that manages or stores the data
  • Serious Vulnerabilities Surfaced - Severe vulnerabilities in security software and networking hardware, as well as the perennial Adobe Flash zero-day vulnerabilities in exploitation, raised tensions for network administrators
  • Malware Activity Fluctuated - Malware and botnet activity mysteriously and abruptly ceased, and in some cases later resumed
  • U.S. Campaign Targeted - Threat Group-4127 targeted a U.S. presidential campaign
  • Cybersecurity Principles Reaffirmed - The European Union (EU), United Kingdom (U.K.), and United States (U.S.) reaffirmed cybersecurity governance principles following the UK's decision to leave the EU

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