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Since 2008, Verizon, a leading U.S. telecommunications services provider, has been publishing a comprehensive (and cleverly written) annual report, the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), which presents an analysis of the security incidents and data breaches of the previous year.What insights can be gained from Verizon's Data Breach Report?
Verizon recently released its latest “ Data Breach Investigations Report ” (DBIR), offering the latest insights into how threat actors are operating and who they’re targeting, and which attack methods are delivering results.What are the major trends in cyber attacks as per Verizon Data Breach Report?
Out of 4,250 data breaches Verizon analyzed, approximately: With every year, ransomware is becoming a more prominent threat. Per Verizon, “this year Ransomware has continued its upward trend with an almost 13% increase–a rise as big as the last five years combined (for a total of 25% this year).”What are the key findings of the 2022 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report?
The 2022 report also marks the third year that Verizon has analyzed incidents and presented them from a macro-region perspective to provide “a more global view of cybercrime.” (See the “ Introduction to Regions ” section in the DBIR for details on this approach.)