May 5, 2023
Threat Intel Report | May 2023

The potential for employees or contractors to behave negligently or maliciously is always a security concern. But surges in layoffs and economic downturns increase insider data theft and sabotage instances. The monetary costs of an insider incident have risen significantly in the past two years, and damage to an organization’s reputation can linger for years.

Many organizations are less protected and less prepared for incidents coming from inside their business than outside. This month’s report offers guidance on two critical areas to help you protect your systems from insider threats and educate your employees about the risks.

Our Threat Intel team also covers Bing search engine misconfigurations, proxyjacking exploits, and new TTPs from the APT28 ransomware group prompting four global agencies to release a joint advisory in this month’s report.

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