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Cyber Threat Landscape Report: the year so far

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Cyber Threat Landscape Report: the year so far


We are pleased to launch Control Risks’ Cyber Threat Landscape Report: the year so far. The report has been created by our cyber threat intelligence team and will provide you with a better understanding of the cyber threats facing organisations across the globe.

 
The report analyses global incidents of nation-state, cyber activist and cybercriminal activity, specifically: 
  • The number of cyber attacks recorded this year
  • Which sectors have been most targeted
  • The average threat score of cyber threat actors
  • Attack types used by nation-state groups, cybercriminals and cyber activists
  • Global trends in cyber security incidents
 

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