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Hacked Today Protected Tomorrow

Hacked Today Protected TomorroW WHAT THE BIGGEST SECURITY BREACHES of 2016 Can Teach Us In 2017 2016 has been a year filled with corporate, small business, and government cybersecurity breaches, attacks, and hacks. See what happened in seven of the most prominent attacks, who was affected, and what we can take away for cybersecurity in 2017. //5 BIGGEST CYBER ATTACKS IN 2016// Who = "DYN" When = "10/21/16" II What = "Two denial of service (DD0S) attacks were made against Dyn’s Managed DNS infrastructure." { More than 50 services were affected by the serious of DD0S attacks, which limited availability to services including Twitter, Netflix, The Boston Globe, CNN, and more.} IMPACT Who = "YAHOO!" II When = "9/11/16" What = "Hackers stole at least 500 million accounts. Information that included email addresses, passwords, full user names, dates of birth, and phone numbers." { As many as 280 million customers had their info offered for sale on the dark web, which lead to the breach’s discovery. } IMPACT Who = SNAPCHAT" When = "3/3/16" What = "Hackers stole at least 500 million accounts. Information that included email addresses, passwords, full user names, dates of birth, and phone numbers." { Hackers used a phishing scam to obtain personally identifiable information (PII) from 700 former and current Snapchat employees. } IMPACT Who = "INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE" When = "2/29/16" What = "700,000+ American taxpayers were left vulnerable after their personal information was hacked when the IRS’s “Get Transcript" system was compromised in May 2015." IMPACT { The data was purportedly stolen by Russia-based hackers to be used in future tax return fraud. } Who = "U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE" When = "2/9/16" What = "Hackers released data on 10,000 Department of Homeland Security employees and 20,000 FBI employees over two days." IMPACT { Names, titles, phone numbers, and email addresses were leaked. The hack was made public by the culprits. It took the department one week to notice the breach. } ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST OF CYBERATTACKS $400 BILLION 3536 3 KEY TAKEAWAYS FOR CYBERSECURITY IN 2017 20 7534 MONITORING & MAINTENANCE CONTINGENCY PLAN MANAGED IT SERVICES ... 99 In many cases, it took victims weeks or months to realize their Is key for managing breaches, ethical obligations to all parties whose data was affected, and recovery. Most of the large breaches were discovered by independent cybersecurity experts. systems had been compromised. 6383 4620 SOURCES www.identityforce.com/blog/2016-data-breaches hub.dyn.com/dyn-blog/dyn-analysis-summary-of-friday-october-21-attack ANTISYN COPYRIGHT 2017 ANTISYN.COM | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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2016 has been a year filled with corporate, small business, and government cybersecurity breaches, attacks, and hacks. See what happened in seven of the most prominent attacks, who was affected, and w...

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