Since uncovering the Malware-as-a-service provider “Golden Chickens” back in 2018, we are carefully tracking the evolution of the Golden Chickens (GC) Malware-as-a-Service provider (MaaS) and how different threat actors use it. Latest Golden Chickens Activity Lately,...
The EU Council officially adopted conclusions for the new Cybersecurity Strategy. Check out our overview of the three focus areas!
QuoIntelligence analyzed China’s 14th Five-Year Plan draft, which sets goals and strategies for developing the country’s economy. Read our summary of key-takeaways focusing closely on self-reliance in technology, GDP growth, national security, and more.
IT security and rising cybercrime activities is a growing area of concern across many organizations. Here are ten essential areas, you should carefully focus your efforts on to succeed in cybersecurity.
DoH provides the benefit of communicating DNS information over an encrypted HTTPS connection but presents security issues for organizations.
In occasion of the #SaferInternetDay2021, we prepared a compilation of Top 3 Digital Threats organizations and their leaders should be aware of this year gathered in an infographic.
Supply chain attacks are on the rise in 2021. The recent SolarWind breach and COVID-19 are only exacerbating supply chain threats. More and more nations are working towards stringent frameworks to strengthen supply chain security. Read our article to find out which attack vectors, threat actors and new regulations to watch in 2021!
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.