In my day job I get bombarded with annual reports about the state of Internet security. Vendors, consultants and media companies churn them out because it’s an easy way to get attention.
Now and then you’ll see a minor change from one year to the next, but the general thrust of each report is pretty much the same: bad.
Outside of a small circle of security researchers and academics, no one really learns anything new from the annual sounding of these warning bells. So I decided to write a reusable report summary to save time for everyone. Check it out.