Featured Content from Finjan
- Web Security Trends Report Q4/2007 - Finjan Identifies Trojan 2.0 - a New Genre of Crimeware
This report describes findings related to a new genre of crimeware Trojans that utilize regular Web 2.0 technology and websites to provide cybercriminals with an easy and scalable command and control scheme. The latest "Trojan 2.0" attacks exploit the trust that legitimate web services enjoy vis-a-vis reputation-based security services. It also presents a review of the year's web security trends, a summary of 2007 forecast versus reality and an outlook for 2008.
- Malicious Page of the Month - December 2007
Malicious Activity in China
This analysis highlights the increased malicious activity coming out of China in recent months. While examining these types of attacks and the mechanisms involved in executing them, we will show the intricate network of connections between Chinese-based servers whose main purpose is to conduct criminal activity, and how attackers are utilizing this network as a "clearing house" for the attacks themselves.
- Webcast: Preventing Data Theft with the Secure Web Gateway
Join Gartner Research Director, Peter Firstbrook, and Finjan CTO, Yuval Ben-Itzhak for a webcast available now “Preventing Data Theft with the Secure Web Gateway”. These industry experts will break down the growing web-based threats that companies face and, more importantly, the solutions you can use to thwart them.
- Web Security Trends Report - Q3/2007 Report Reveals New Attacks That Exploit Widgets and Gadgets are Imminent
This report presents new findings related to a new attack vector exploiting vulnerabilities in widgets and gadgets. It also discusses the growing use of sophisticated Trojan, keylogger, and rootkit crimeware that targets financial institutions, including a detailed analysis of a crimeware Trojan customized to steal information from users performing online financial transactions. The report includes several “in the wild” examples illustrating the proliferation of crimeware toolkits and affiliation networks. Suggested advice as to how corporate users can protect themselves from these threats is also provided.
- Web Security Trends Report - 2Q 2007 Reveals New Genre of Evasive Attacks
Evasive Attacks Hit Once and Disappear to Minimize Visibility to Security Products; Financial Incentives Drive Growth of Malicious Website Affiliations. The report also describes the proliferation of affiliation networks based on a "hosted model" for malicious code, which utilize off-the-shelf malicious code packages to compromise highly popular websites and even government domains. Also following on from the trend revealed in Finjan's Q1 report, new examples show the growing presence of malicious code in online advertising on legitimate websites.
- How to Minimize the Impact of Cybercrime on Your Business
This white paper explores the emerging crimeware industry, examining web-based techniques and methods being used to perpetrate cybercrime, with a focus on the business impact of these attacks. The paper also explains the benefits of real-time content inspection technology as a solution which can help secure enterprises from the growing crimeware threat.
- Compliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS)
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) was created by credit card companies to protect customer information. This white paper explains how Finjan's proactive web security solutions help merchants and service providers safeguard cardholder data from web-based threats, thus helping them comply with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS).
- Web Security Trends Report: Q1 2007
Each quarter Finjan, the industry leader in Behavior-based Anti-Malware technology, publishes a free quarterly report that updates security managers as to the latest techniques and vehicles used by the hacker community to disrupt, compromise, or otherwise steal vital information. These types of threats are escalating as much as 50% each year and are now the #1 concern of network security professionals.
- Web Security Trends Report Q42006
In 2007, more than 75% of all companies that utilize the Web will experience signature-less targeted attacks aimed at stealing protected information for financial gain. Finjan’s Quarterly Security Trend Report is a great way to get a lot of information in a condensed publication.