The T2 2021 issue of the ESET Threat Report examines the key trends and developments that shaped the threat landscape between May and August 2021, highlighting several particularly disconcerting trends: increasingly aggressive ransomware tactics, escalating brute-force attacks, and deceptive phishing campaigns targeting remote workers. Beside these – and many other – findings, the report also looks at some of the most notable research publications from ESET malware analysts and brings previously unpublished discoveries by ESET researchers.
This issue of the ESET Threat Report provides an in-depth look at the threat landscape of the first four months of 2021, offering a breakdown of the latest global attack trends and statistics and providing unique insights to help defenders navigate the evolving and increasingly complex threat environment. This report also brings several exclusive ESET research updates and new findings about the Turla and Lazarus APT groups.
What were the key developments that defined the threat landscape in the final quarter of 2020 and what lies ahead in 2021? This issue of the ESET Threat Report not only highlights and comments on the key cyber-threats and trends in the fourth quarter and all of 2020, but also features predictions about broader trends expected in 2021. Additionally, it brings previously unpublished ESET research updates about APT group operations.
What were the key developments that shaped the threat landscape in the third quarter of 2020? For one thing, with coronavirus-themed lures played out, cybercriminals seem to have gone “back to basics”. One area where the effects of the pandemic persist, however, is remote work and its myriad security challenges. This report looks at these and many other trends in great detail, providing defenders with unique insights into the threat ecosystem, as well as brings previously unpublished ESET research updates.
This edition of the ESET Threat Report provides a snapshot of the top cyber-threats and trends in the second quarter of 2020, highlighting a number of notable developments on the threat landscape, including when it comes to ransomware and phishing attacks and many other types of threats and attack vectors. In addition to providing an overview of these findings, the report highlights some of the key research published by ESET malware analysts between April and June 2020 and brings exclusive, previously unpublished ESET research updates.
This edition of the ESET Threat Report summarizes the findings and achievements of ESET researchers, detection engineers and security experts during the first three months of 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic upended the lives of billions of people, what types of threats surged, which threats trended down, and what are the key takeaways for cyber-defenders? Our overview of the threat landscape in the first quarter of this year provides answers to these and other questions.