Wingman

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Intel Security began work nine months ago to design a new dashboard that identifies the most significant threats and illustrates the relationships between them.

Using vulnerabilities as the pivot point, the Threat Landscape Dashboard illustrates the relationships among exploit kits, campaigns, and ransomware. For example, the RIG exploit kit takes advantage of vulnerabilities that are used to spread certain ransomware families. Further, some of these vulnerabilities are also seen in targeted campaigns. Consequently, we can show links between exploit kits and targeted campaigns through vulnerability correlation. We also calculate a “risk score” for each threat and campaign, and recently added a “media score,” too. Monitoring and processing information from social media feeds, we calculate a score for the press attention received by the specific threat or campaign.
Intel Security Threat Landscape Dashboard

+1 for intel- Great initiative
 

vemn

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Good initiative by Intel Security.
Quick information for security ppl on the trends. Great if they can combine with their web reputations.
 
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XhenEd

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Ohhh that's the first time I see Kaspersky's.
Is there an updated link? Because the filter is up till 2015 only.
I have no clue about why it stops at 2015. Maybe it hasn't been updated yet.


Anyway, great job, Intel, for making a comprehensive list of the attacks that happened and the vulnerabilities present!(This is just to make my post still on-topic. :D But really I mean it.)
 

vemn

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I have no clue about why it stops at 2015. Maybe it hasn't been updated yet.


Anyway, great job, Intel, for making a comprehensive list of the attacks that happened and the vulnerabilities present!(This is just to make my post still on-topic. :D But really I mean it.)
Opps... sorry for my last post.
Sorry Sir!
 
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Parsh

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Ohhh that's the first time I see Kaspersky's.
Is there an updated link? Because the filter is up till 2015 only.
Maybe they are yet to update this page with 2016 statistics. The main site (securelist) is however updated with the latest content :)
 
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