Even though we’re a small company, our CINS Threat Intelligence feed is used all over the world. And because of that, sometimes people reach out and ask us why they’re network is on our list and considered malicious.
That’s when we have to break the news to them that something on their network is scanning or attempting to exploit other networks on the internet. In other words, they’re on the list because something on their network has been compromised.
So, do we think 63% is too high? No, probably not.
Mandiant: 63% of breaches were discovered externally in 2022
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