"2023 Global Threat Report"

The ThreatMon 2023 Global Cyber Threat Intelligence Report plays an important role in understanding the current state of cyber security and threats to it, especially in today's world. It provides valuable information on emerging trends in terms of cybersecurity threats, the activities of threat actors as well as vulnerabilities and cybersecurity incidents. Accordingly, ThreatMon aims to inform decisions, priorities, and recommendations in the field of cyber security. This report was prepared by the ThreatMon Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) team. Key findings include:In 2022 and 2023, the cybersecurity landscape witnessed a significant increase in the variety and quantity of cyber attacks and their consequences. The ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia continued to influence and trigger the war in the cyber world. Hacktivism expanded with the emergence of new groups, while ransomware incidents increased in 2023 and showed no signs of slowing down. The war between Israel and Palestine, which began later, spawned Pro-Israel Groups and Pro-Palestinian Groups (See Also: Navigating the Digital Frontier: Cyber Threats in the Israeli-Palestinian War), 100+ groups further increased their conflicts in the cyber world.Critical infrastructures have become targets. States and institutions, various private companies, and critical infrastructures have become targets worldwide. 


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