Forescout: 2022 Threat Roundup - The Emergence of Mixed IT/IoT Threats
The year 2022 was quite eventful for cybersecurity. Cyberattacks grew in intensity, sophistication, and frequency, with malicious actors benefitting from growing geopolitical conflicts, economic uncertainty, and rapid digitization. As a result, threat actors have started blurring the lines between traditional IT attacks and emerging OT/IoT threats.
With 2023 bound to accelerate the adoption of new devices into organizations and pose even greater challenges for cybersecurity professionals across the globe, Forescout’s Vedere Labs has analyzed data gathered in 2022 about millions of attacks, hundreds of exploits, and thousands of malware samples to share with the community insights that can help organizations to prepare.
Tune in to understand where attacks are coming from, their top targets, vulnerabilities they exploit, what attackers do after initial access, the most common type of malware dropped, trends in malware evolution, and forecasts for the future.
Most importantly, learn strategies and actions that you can take to prepare for this evolving threat landscape.