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

Cyber Security

What have some of the world’s most infamous advanced threat actors been up to and what might be the implications of their activities for your business?

This week, ESET researchers released a new issue of the APT Activity Report that looks at the activities of selected advanced persistent threat (APT) groups from October 2022 to March 2023. Among other things, the report shows that some of the most notorious China-aligned threat actors had their sights recently on European organizations while North Korea-aligned groups continued their campaigns against South Korean entities. Meanwhile, Russia-aligned APT groups continued to deploy their malicious wares especially in Ukraine and EU countries, with Iran-aligned group OilRig deploying a new custom backdoor in Israel. What else were some of the world’s most infamous advanced threat actors up to, what kinds of techniques did they use and what are the possible implications for your organization? Find out in the video and obviously in the report itself that is available here.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Critical OAuth Vulnerability in Expo Framework Allows Account Hijacking
New Stealthy Bandit Stealer Targeting Web Browsers and Cryptocurrency Wallets
New BrutePrint Attack Lets Attackers Unlock Smartphones with Fingerprint Brute-Force
Enzo Biochem Hit by Ransomware, 2.5 Million Patients’ Data Compromised
Hackers Win $105,000 for Reporting Critical Security Flaws in Sonos One Speakers

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *