Presentation on theme: "INFORMATION SECURITY AWARENESS PRESENTED BY KAMRON NELSON AND ROYCE WILKERSON."— Presentation transcript:
INFORMATION SECURITY AWARENESS PRESENTED BY KAMRON NELSON AND ROYCE WILKERSON
CYBERCRIME The total cost of cybercrime last year falls between $500 Billion and $1 Trillion. Cybercrime is more lucrative than the entire world’s drug trafficking combined “Cybercrime is criminal activity done using computers and the Internet.”
Number of US households that experience heavy spam daily – 24 million Number of households that have had serious virus problems in the past 2 years – 16 Million Number of households that have had spyware problems in the past 6 months – 8 Million Number of households that lost money or had accounts misused in the last 6 months– 1 Million Estimated cost to US households for viruses, spyware and phishing – $4.55 Billion Percent of all US households that have been infected by a virus – 40% In 2011, 26,000,000 new viruses were created. STATISTICS
600,000+ facebook accounts get hacked daily Malware infects 300,000 new websites per day (90% are legitimate businesses that are unaware) 1/8 websites are booby trapped with malware 1/14 programs downloaded are infected with a virus User-downloaded viruses are responsible for up to 5,000,000 attacks per day Fake anti-virus applications account for 15% of all malware Creators of fake antivirus applications rake in $34,000,000 a month by selling your information online. MORE STATISTICS
iTunes accounts go for $8 each FedEx, United, and UPS accounts sell for $6 each ATT, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile, Facebook, Email and most other accounts sell for $3 each Stolen Credit Card sells for $2 each, but an account with verified funds of up to $80,000 will sell for as high as $700.00 A new identity including birth record and SSN costs between $10-$15 Intellectual property is usually auctioned to the highest bidder. VALUE OF AN ACCOUNT
Drive-by-downloads Advertisements Brute Force Attacks Man-in-the-middle Attacks Software Vulnerabilities Website Hacking Viruses and other Malware. CRIMINAL TECHNIQUES Social Engineering (video)video Spam Human Manipulation (over the phone or in person) Phishing (video)video Pharming Online Schemes and Fraud.
Trojans – 80.77% Worms – 9.31% Viruses – 6.43% Adware – 1.5% Spyware – 1.4% Other -.6%. VIRUSES BY TYPE
Develop Safe Web Browsing Habits Understand Phishing Emails (phishing test)phishing test Risks of Public Wi-Fi (Mobile Device Video)Mobile Device Video Set Strong Passwords Don’t store passwords in your web browser Lock your computer when you leave your desk Keep software and anti-virus up-to-date. STAYING SAFE ONLINE BAD: password BETTER: Password132! BEST: P4$sw0rdPhr@se132!
Entertainment Sites – 31% Search Engines – 22% Social Network Sites – 21% Adult Sites – 14% Advertisements – 12%. WEB DANGER ZONES
Adobe Reader – 35% Java – 25% Windows Components – 11% Internet Explorer – 4% Android – 4% Adobe Flash – 1% Other – 20%. APPLICATIONS COMMONLY TARGETED