PONEMON 2014 SSH SECURITY VULNERABILITY REPORT

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KEY FINDINGS Unprotected SSH cryptographic keys make nearly every enterprise server, virtual machine and cloud service vulnerable to cyber attacks. Key Ponemon research findings include: Three out of four enterprises have no security controls for SSH that provides cyber attackers root access Over half of enterprises acknowledge that their organizations have already experienced an SSH key-related compromise Yet 46% of enterprises do not rotate or change SSH keys, in spite of the fact that SSH keys never expire, which means this represents a perpetual vulnerability EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Global organizations are under attack, and the attackers are more dangerous and persistent than ever. Armed with a litany of next-generation cybercrime tools, they’re vastly different from yester-year hackers and better enabled with targeted and persistent tools. While the motivations vary, the goal of today’s cybercriminal and nation-state attacker is to become and remain trusted on targeted network in order to gain full access to sensitive,....

September 2, 2014
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