Almost every day all of us come across small or big dangers in the web. The most often there are viruses, infected files and phishing.
Problems start with checking e-mail boxes. 65% e-mails received all over the world is a SPAM messages, which are often phishing or infect computer during opening.
However malware can be also downloaded to your system when downloading files from the Internet. Nowadays even one out of every 14 downloads is malicious. Statistics also show that 39% of all computer systems in the world is infected by malware and even 1 million is exploited or attacked day after day by hackers who are still very active.
Moreover, millions of logins, passwords, identities and financial transactions are stolen every day. In the past year 90% of companies suffered because of network breaches.
The annual cost of cybercrime is estimates at $114 billion.
All data mentioned above was published on InfoWorld.com service, Roger A. Grimes blog, material "Fixing the Internet: A Security Solution". With this all statistics and numbers about Internet threats, he published also solutions which improve on-line security. Those are: DNSSec, SenderID, IPsec, code signing certificates and EV SSL certificates.
Roger Grimes is known from his thesis about cybercrimes. Usually publishes news about hackers, opinions about market security tools and now he is testing security available for the newest gadgets and TVs with Internet.
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