Imperva Offers Threat Predictions for 2011
Among Imperva's key threats are state-sponsored hacking, man-in-the-browser and insider attacks.
According to V3.co.uk, Imperva has just offered up its threat forecast for 2011. Among Imperva's key threats are state-sponsored hacking, man-in-the-browser and insider attacks.Imperva's chief technology officer says:
I anticipate that the threat landscape will evolve in many directions, making data security more challenging than ever ... Additionally, hacker activity will consolidate into a relatively small number of stronger, more powerful and resourceful criminal organizations.
On a positive note, Imperva predicted that social networks will finally start to take threats such as cross-site scripting attacks seriously, rolling out stronger authentication and account control features.