Statistics Report: Insights and Trends in Cybersecurity
The 2022 report is our 7th edition and provides a statistical model of the most common weaknesses
faced by organizations across the globe to enable data-driven decisions
for managing risks and exposures more effectively.
This comprehensive report analyzes the top vulnerabilities from the past year and provides valuable insights to help you better understand the threat landscape and protect your organization.
Discover the top vulnerabilities by severity, industry, and more, and gain valuable insights into the trends and patterns shaping the cybersecurity landscape. Our report is a must-read for anyone looking to stay on top of the latest security threats and trends.
Interesting Findings Include:
- Despite patches being available, 57% of vulnerabilities found in 2021 were considered old, ranging from first discovered in 1999 to recent years.
- Issues regarding Rate Limiting requests, Direct object access (IDOR), and Authorization issues were more common in APIs than web applications.
- As in previous years, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) remained the most common high-risk issue in web applications at 49.8%.
- Misconfiguration, broken logic, username enumeration, or insecure authentication functionality led to Broken Authentication being high on the list for 2021.
- Cryptographic issues were prevalent across the full stack, accounting for the most common CWE discovered in 2021.
- The report shows the most common vulnerability types that organizations tend to accept the risk posed by them, including Cross-Site Scripting, Broken Authentication, and Injection.
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