Key takeaways from ESET’s new APT Activity Report – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Cyber Security

As our latest APT Activity Report makes abundantly clear, the threat of cyberespionage and stealthy attacks remains very real

The threat of cyberespionage and stealthy cyberattacks remains very real, and the data from ESET’s T3 2022 APT Activity Report released this week backs this up. In this video, Tony shares some of the key takeaways from the report, which reviews the operations of some of the world’s most notorious nation state-affiliated and state-sponsored hacking collectives from September to December 2022. So what have various APT groups aligned with Russia, China, Iran and North Korea been up to lately? Watch the video to find out.

The full report is available here: ESET APT Activity Report T3 2022

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