I’m proud to present you the ENISA Threat Landscape Report 2018, the annual report published by the ENISA ETL group that provides insights on the evolution of the cyber threats in 2018.
2018 was characterized by significant changes in the cyber threat landscape especially for
Nation-state hacking reduced the use of complex malware and appears to go towards low profile social engineering attacks.
“Recent political activities have underlined the emergence of various, quite novel developments in the perceived role of cyberspace for society and national security.” reads the ENISA Threat Landscape Report
ENISA experts believe threat actors are going to adapt their activities towards the changes introduced by to prevents the above interference.
The main trends emerged in the 2018’s
The report highlights the importance of cyber threat intelligence to respond to increasingly automated attacks leveraging automated tools and skills. Unfortunately, low-capability
Another element of concern is the diffusion of IoT devices that are poorly protected.
“The need for generic IoT protection architectures/good practices will remain pressing.” continues the report.
All the above trends are detailed in the ENISA Threat Landscape 2018 (ETL 2018), a must-read for
Let me close with the Top Threats 2018, for each threat the report includes detailed information on trends and observed evolution.
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