Once again, it’s that time of the year when we roll up our sleeves to review the last year’s data and analyze the threat activity we and Webroot customers have seen to determine trends and developments to help us better prepare for what’s next. In this edition of the Webroot Quarterly Threat Trends you can download the full 2019 Webroot Threat Report or get quick stats from our Threat Report infographic. You will also hear from Hal Lonas, Webroot CTO, about how HTTPS is making us less secure, and learn about the knowledge gap we’re seeing around artificial intelligence and machine learning from a recent survey we conducted with IT professionals in the U.S. and Japan.
2019 Webroot Threat Report
This report breaks down the trends we’ve seen across a broad range of threat activity. The findings and insights bring further clarity to the threats we see today, and offer guidance to better prepare for and address attacks in the coming year.
2019 Webroot Threat Report Infographic
This infographic provides a quick overview of highlighted stats and metrics from the 2019 Webroot Threat Report. For additional details, download the full report above.
HTTPS: Is It Making us Less Secure?
Get the 411 from Hal Lonas, Webroot CTO, on why HTTPS may be making us less secure. Although HTTPs encryption once promised a variety of security benefits, this technology may actually be opening us up to new vulnerabilities.
The AI/ML Knowledge Gap
A recent Webroot survey conducted with 400 IT professionals in the U.S. and Japan revealed a surprising gap around how artificial intelligence and machine learning tools work to secure businesses and streamline operations. Read the report to see the full survey results.