The data show that there are significant differences between global asset management processes, including Macs. The BitSight Security Leveling Platform utilizes global network security events to generate daily security ratings by algorithm with values between 250 and 900, with the higher the score. Security researchers conducted 8.5 million observations over eight months, including Apple and Microsoft operating systems, Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer. They get the following results:
– More than 50% of more than 2,000 organizations are still using outdated computers, so their data and information are three times more likely to be leaked than other organizations.
– More than 50% of more than 8500 organizations are still using outdated computers, so their data and information are twice as likely to be leaked to other organizations.
– More than 25% of government computers are still using outdated macOS or Windows operating systems, of which about 80% of obsolete systems are macOS.
In March this year, WannaCry extortion software out of the first 2 months, this survey about 20% of the computer using Windows Vista or XP. Each month after the release of the new version of macOS, more than 35% of the company’s computers are not updated to the latest version, during which equipment will be at great risk.
The post Security reports: Most businesses and governments around the world are still using outdated operating systems and browsers appeared first on Penetration Testing. http://ift.tt/2rkKs08 http://ift.tt/2aM8QhC