When new challenges emerge, cybercriminal use them to their advantage – IT professionals need to stay proactive

Remote working will continue to expand, offering more opportunities for threats like ransomware. Hackers are already planning how to take advantage of new attack vectors that open as the workforce decentralizes and evolves. It’s not just the pandemic that has altered the work force – new technology, the reliance on non-traditional platforms, and more all offer inroads for cybercriminals.

In this report you’ll find:

  • The future of ransomware
  • Everyday threats to enterprises
  • How COVID became a force-multiplier for attacks
  • Threats via non-traditional platforms
  • How criminals abuse security tools

Some of the topics covered in this threat report:

Ransomware attacks

Learn about the new ransomware cartels, and how data theft has become a secondary extortion opportunity.

Canaries in the coalmine

Hear how attacks target Windows and Linux servers, and how to not underestimate commodity malware.

Delivery mechanisms

Find out how RDP has become the #1 attack vector for ransomware.

How COVID changed cybersecurity

See how the pandemic affected the nature and impact of cyberattacks.

Cloud security

Learn about accelerated cloud-based attacks and how to stop them.

Non-traditional platforms

Find out what new vectors appeared in 2020 as hackers discover new ways to get at your data.

Cybersecurity environments grew more complex – learn ways to simplify your defenses

This year has offered new, unique challenges for cybersecurity practitioners across the globe. By clarifying the state of cybersecurity for our audiences, we aim to ensure we’re providing the best tools and tactics for everyone.