On May 25th PwC's Louise Taggart will share some insights following the release of their latest Cyber Threats - a year in retrospect report.
“Blindsided” is cybersecurity’s worst-case scenario. The threat you don’t know about; the attack you don’t see coming; the hacker hiding undetected in your networks: unknowns are what can take a company down. Exposing them is what threat intelligence lives to do.
Companies in 2022 faced an array of threat actors: sophisticated advanced persistent threats, or APTs; ruthless cyber criminals; disgruntled insiders; a resurgence in hacktivism and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, and more. Geopolitics dominated the headlines and the cybersphere, even as threat actors continually shifted tactics and techniques and shared their tools, motivated by sabotage, espionage and money.
And in 2022, public and private sectors joining forces and sharing their intelligence bolstered organisations’ defences.
Our report “Cyber Threats 2022: A Year in Retrospect” examines the threat actors, trends, tools and motivations that captured the cyber threat landscape last year. It includes incident response case studies with direct and detailed insight into tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used in intrusions. We also provide detection logic throughout the report to assist your defenders when scanning your own systems and networks, to help you find malicious threat actors.
With context for what to expect in 2023 from the report, we strive, as always, to not only keep pace with hostile cyber activity, but to get ahead of it, and stay ahead.
Spaces are limited, but if you’d like to attend the event at PwC's offices in Cardiff to hear from Louise, do get in touch with [email protected] or [email protected].