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Discover our in-depth analysis and expert insights into the latest cybersecurity trends, threats, and solutions. Stay ahead of the curve and keep your organization safe using the comprehensive and actionable information on this page provided by our experienced team of analysts and researchers. From data breaches to emerging technologies, we cover it all.

Trends in phishing attacks on organizations in 2022–2023

Phishing is one of the main tools attackers use to gain unauthorized entry into organizations. In 2023, almost half (43%) of all successful attacks on organizations used social engineering, with 79% of these attacks carried out through email, SMS messages, social networks, and messaging apps. This indicates the effectiveness of phishing attacks, which not only entail reputational risks but can also cause significant financial damage.

This study is dedicated to the analysis of phishing messages worldwide, focusing exclusively on phishing attacks on organizations conducted through email, SMS messages, social networks, and messaging apps.
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Cybersecurity threatscape for Latin America and the Caribbean: 2022–2023

The digital transformation sweeping the world has not eluded Latin America and the Caribbean. However, as governments, companies, and individuals in the region increasingly embrace digital tools, the risk of cyberattacks is also rising.

In this report, we will analyze the state of cybersecurity in the countries of Latin America and Caribbean countries. Special attention will be given to the largest ones—Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina—which play a key role in the region's economic and technological development and which face the highest number of cyberattacks. We will identify key threats and offer recommendations to strengthen the region's digital security.

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Cyberthreats to the financial industry: interim results for 2023

Financial organizations are still one of the most attractive targets for cybercriminals, with the number of successful cyberattacks in the financial sector growing every year. In the third quarter of 2023, we recorded twice as many unique cyberincidents as in Q3 2022. Attackers are targeting the least secure companies and compromise supply chains while hacktivists continue to get plenty of media attention. The most common consequences of attacks are data breaches and shutdowns of key services. Leaked databases and methods of accessing organizations' networks remain in high demand on darkweb forums.
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Cybersecurity threatscape: Q3 2023

In Q3, the total number of incidents went down only slightly (by 2%) when compared to the previous quarter. Social engineering remained the top threat to individuals (92%). Cybercriminals were eager to improve their malicious methods and use new tools, including neural networks. In attacks on organizations, cybercriminals continued to use malware (in 45% of cases), but the share of encryption malware dropped from Q2 2023, with some ransomware operators now stealing data without encrypting systems. Exploitation of vulnerabilities accounted for a significant share (37%) of successful attacks on organizations. The third quarter also saw multiple cyberattacks that caused serious consequences, such as data breaches (56% of successful attacks on organizations and 61% of attacks against individuals).
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GCC data in demand on the cybercriminal services market

In this report we are assessing dark web hackers' interest to the GCC countries (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar and Kuwait), highlighting the most popular topics and sectors, as well as analyzing the cost of provided services and products. In the course of our research we analyzed 252 Telegram channels and forums on the dark web with a total of 8,884,023 users and 91,484,658 messages.
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