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ISPLA INSIGHTS-2012 Data Breach Investigation Report

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  • Peter Psarouthakis
    Permission is granted to re-post: The Verizon RISK Team with the cooperation from the U.S. Secret Service, Australian Federal Police, Dutch High Tech Crime
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 22, 2012
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      The Verizon RISK Team with the cooperation from the U.S. Secret Service,
      Australian Federal Police, Dutch High Tech Crime Unit, Irish Reporting and
      Information Security Service, and the Police Central e-Crime Unit (modeled
      after Scotland Yard) has released an 80-page study -- the 2012 Data Breach
      Investigation Report. The report covers threat agents and actions,
      compromised assets and data, attack difficulty and attack targeting,
      anti-forensics, breach discovery, and the the impact of data breaches.

      Investigative and security professionals, even if not directly involved with
      computer forensics, should consider reviewing the report which covers the
      entities behind many of the data breaches, the manner in which they occur,
      and the commonalities that exist.

      The full report is available at:


      http://www.verizonbusiness.com/resources/reports/rp_data-breach-investigatio
      ns-report-2012_en_xg.pdf?CMP=DMC-SMB_Z_ZZ_ZZ_Z_TV_N_Z037


      Bruce Hulme
      Director of Government Affairs
      Investigative & Security Professionals for Legislative Action
      www.ISPLA.org

      Resource to Investigative and Security Professionals, the Government, and
      the Media

      "Your Proactive Voice from State Capitols to the Nation's Capitol"




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