The Brexit transition period has ended. On 24 December 2020 the EU and UK reached the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA), which regulates EU-UK relations.
QuoIntelligence provides a summary with everything you need to know about the EU-UK Trade Deal regarding Cybersecurity, Data Protection and Information-Sharing .
On 27 November, QuoIntelligence detected a new ReconHellcat campaign delivering a previously undocumented RAT, which we dubbed BlackSoul.
In the following blog post, we will provide an overview of the major cyber security trends observed over 2020 and provide an outlook into potential developments in the coming year. Namely, we will address the ongoing COVID-19 threat, ransomware and phishing trends and especially focus on the increasing threat QuoIntelligence sees in industrial, political and military espionage for 2021.
In this second blog post in our series on Geopolitics in Cyber Threat Intelligence, we will explain what is meant by geopolitics, how it is intertwined with cybersecurity, and how QuoIntelligence includes geopolitics in its cyber threat intelligence analyses.
The cyber-threat landscape increased significantly this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic caused by accelerated digitization and the sudden shift to remote working. As the pandemic continues, the potential of an upcoming recession persists, possibly resulting in decreased budgets available for cybersecurity, as well as increasing alert fatigue.
Our declassified threat intelligence analysis on a APT28 spear phishing campaign delivering Zebrocy malware to target at least a government body in the Middle East using a NATO course as a lure.
In this blog, we explain how TIBER-EU tests are conducted and describe the role of the Threat Intelligence Provider in these exercises.
You can find here the latest threat intelligence updates on the new BlackWater Malware campaign using the Beirut tragedy to lure targets.
Learn more about the Golden Chickens Malware-as-a-Service tool updates observed in recent malware campaigns against the financial, retail, and chemical sectors.
This post is the first part of a two-part blog series in which we will explain the TIBER-EU framework and how financial institutions can benefit from conducting this cyber resilience test.