Key findings from ESET Threat Report H1 2023 – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Cyber Security

Here’s how cybercriminals have adjusted their tactics in response to Microsoft’s stricter security policies and other interesting findings from ESET’s new Threat Report

This week, the ESET research team released the H1 2023 ESET Threat Report that examines the key trends and developments that shaped the cybersecurity landscape from December 2022 to May 2023. Among other things, the report shows the remarkable ability of cybercriminals to pivot to new tactics and techniques in an effort to circumvent stricter security policies introduced by Microsoft recently. How exactly did they adjust?

Watch the video to find out and make sure to head over to the report itself, including to learn which categories of threats grew the most and which went down, and to find out more about many other trends and their possible implications for the cybersecurity posture of your organization.

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