March 10, 2022
Threat Intel Report | March 2022

The war in Ukraine has generated heightened interest in the topic of cyber security. While we should have paid attention to cyber hygiene all along, it’s not surprising that it takes outright conflict in the physical world to make potential cyber impacts more real in our minds.

Recent events also underscore the importance of creating a crisis management plan. The more prepared an organization is for an unforeseen event, whether physical or in the cyber realm, the more manageable any crisis will be.

In this month’s Threat Intel Report we take a look at the conflict in Ukraine and its effect on organizations. Also covered: The latest in malware; developments with BlackByte and Trickbot; an update on ransomware; and the rising threat of DDoS attacks.


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