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Press Release -- June 9th, 2014
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Top Five Tweeted Takeaways: Verizon 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report

Statistics That Matter from This Year's DBIR Report

09-JUN-2014
by Jason Small

Globally high-profile breaches continue to make headlines and are visibly increasing. If you need a Cliff Notes version of the DBIR, you may just want to start with the top five most frequently shared DBIR tweets.

  1. 94% of all data security incidents in 2013 can be traced to 9 attack patterns #DBIR http://vz.to/DBIR2014
    • By @VZEnterprise
  2. Stolen Passwords Used in Most Data Breaches http://ubm.io/1nDKvs0 Verizon #DBIR
    • By @DarkReading
  3. 37% of all professional services security incidents are #DDoS attacks. Finds #DBIR http://t.co/3wuyt3Q6Q4 #infosec http://t.co/c5Wibndt8Y
    • By @VZEnterprise
  4. The size of DDoS attacks have grown 115% since 2011 - #DBIR finds: http://t.co/3wuyt3Q6Q4 http://t.co/j7bU510uVy
    • By @VZEnterprise
  5. Latest #DBIR finds 34% of all public sector security incidents are due to simple error.
    http://t.co/3wuyt3Q6Q4 http://t.co/EyBYNQjWpu

    • By @VZEnterprise

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If you have a moment to dig a little deeper into the data behind the first statistic in our list, become one of the more than 25,000 viewers who have viewed our SlideShare: Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report Identifies Nine Attack Patterns

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