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Cyber Security Trends in 2021: Espionage Activities Increasingly Threatening

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.

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Affecting the Financial Cyber Threat Landscape

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.

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The Importance of Geopolitics for Cyber Threat Intelligence

This post is the first in a series of five short blogposts, in which we will explain why geopolitics is an integral part of our cyber threat intelligence analyses. Each blogpost will outline an aspect of the importance of this approach for us, our clients, and the Cyber Threat Intelligence community.

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WINNTI GROUP: Insights From the Past

Newly uncovered DNS tunnelling technique, and new campaign against South Korean gaming company Executive Summary In January 2020, QuoIntelligence (QuoINT) detected a new Winnti sample uploaded to a public virus scanner from a German location. Following our preliminary...

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