Digital Attack Map

Digital Attack Map:
A Global Threat Visualization

Digital Attack Map is a live data visualization of DDoS attacks around the globe. The tool surfaces anonymous attack traffic data to let users explore historic trends and put infosec breaking news events into context.

Exploring The Data

The Digital Attack Map displays global DDoS activity on any given day. Attacks are displayed as dotted lines, scaled to size, and placed according to the source and destination countries of the attack traffic when known.

Features

  • Use the histogram at the bottom of the map to explore historical data.
  • Select a country to view DDoS activity to or from that country.
  • Use the color option to view attacks by class, duration, or source/destination port.
  • Use the news section to find online reports of attack activity from a specified time.

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    • Enterprises at risk posed by BYOD and lack of visibility into bottled hosts lurking on the network

      36% increase in organizations targeted by Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

    • Data Centers are a DDoS Magnet

      70% reported DDoS attacks in 2013, up dramatically from under half last year

    • Mobile Networks are in attackers' crosshairs with double the number of attacks reported in 2013

      20%+ of those offering mobile services indicated that they have suffered a customer-visible outage due to a security incident

    • Higher volume attacks are back

      2013 marked the largest reported DDoS attack reported to date at 309 Gbps

    • Application-layer attacks are ubiquitous

      nearly all respondents experienced a DDoS attack targeting the application-layer in 2013; 17% increase in application-layer attacks targeting HTTPS

    • DNS infrastructure remains vulnerable

      one-third of respondents experienced a customer-impact DDoS attack on DNS infrastructure

    • DDoS attack sizes eclipse previous high-magnitude attacks by 200%

      26% still have no dedicated DNS security teams

    • DNS security improvements slow despite increase in large DNS reflection attacks

      customers/subscribers are targeted most; e-Commerce and financial services follow close behind

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