eSentire Threat Intelligence Spotlight: UK

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This whitepaper provides a snapshot of regional events investigated by eSentire’s Security Operations Centre’s (SOCs) located in Cork, Ireland and Cambridge, Canada in 2018. The goal is to provide visual and data analysis, written analytical analysis, practical recommendations and key assumptions for security decision makers who are tasked with protecting their business’ data. The information contained in the report is applicable to both businesses based solely in the UK and the growing number of international businesses with customers, employees and offices in the region.

Key Findings:

  • Global growth in botnet activity drove a 140% year-over-year increase in the number of cybersecurity incidents experienced by UK businesses
  • UK employees are better at preventing phishing and malware attacks than their global counterparts
  • Dropbox-themed phishing lures prove popular
  • UK companies had a high percentage of exploit attacks compared to the global average

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