Latest insights on APT activity – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Cyber Security

What have some of the world’s most notorious APT groups been up to lately? A new ESET report released this week has the answers.

What have advanced persistent threat (APT) groups been up to lately? This week, the ESET Research team published their inaugural APT Activity Report, which reviews the activities of selected APT threat actors as observed, investigated, and analyzed by ESET’s experts from May to August of this year. The report specifically looks at some of the world’s prominent APT collectives aligned with Russia, China, Iran and North Korea, and finds no decline in their activities. For example, even more than eight months after the Russian invasion, Ukraine continues to be a prime target for Russia-aligned APT groups.

To learn more, watch the video and read the report: ESET APT Activity Report T2 2022

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