Today ENISA announced release of the ENISA Threat Landscape, Mid-year 2013 report. They describe this as a "taste" of current developments related to the 2013 Threat Landscape.
In the report they include a figure of the top 16 threats and a comparison of their 2012 and 2013 Threat Landscape reports including whether the trend is increasing, stable or declining.
The good news is that they show SPAM as declining; however, 13 of the 16 threats (or 81 percent) are increasing. (Corrected Count/percentage)
For instance, the top five threats listed that are increasing include:
- Drive-by exploits
- Code Injection
- Exploit Kits