The hidden risk of consumer-centric malware for the enterprise

Published: Friday, 02 October 2015 08:12

Imperva, Inc., has published its latest Hacker Intelligence Initiative (HII) Report: ‘Phishing Trip to Brazil.’ This new report, published by the Imperva Application Defense Center (ADC), offers a detailed look at a cyber attack targeting consumers using a banking Trojan , and shows how consumer-centric cyber crimes can compromise the enterprise.

The report also demonstrates that despite potential anti-malware defences / defences, attacks that target individual employees can easily enter the enterprise network.

To conduct this report, the Imperva ADC evaluated 14 different command and control (C&C) servers comprised of more than 10,000 records across almost 5,000 different IP addresses. The major findings in the report include:

Other key findings from the report include:

A full version of the Phishing Trip to Brazil HII report is available at https://www.imperva.com/DefenseCenter/HackerIntelligenceReports