Threat Research: Findings and Analysis
Proactive Cyber Defense: Deception Strategies to Stop Attackers in their Tracks
April 2023 Threat Intelligence Summary
The Fidelis Cybersecurity Threat Intelligence Summary highlights the most critical emerging vulnerabilities and malware. The April 2023 report details a continued rise in Russian state-sponsored threat actors, the shutdown of a widely used hacker marketplace, “shadow ban” attacks against Twitter users, and the emergence of several new high and critical vulnerabilities, including a zero-day exploit against Google Chrome. It also provides updates to the metrics and information on the most impactful vulnerabilities and malware strains in the wild today and includes information on some of the top phishing sites observed over the month.
Cyber Effects | Russo-Ukrainian Conflict
As part of the ongoing Russian offensive, the Ukrainian region has suffered a string of cyber-attacks against government agencies, the banking community, and defense industries.
These attacks on the Ukrainian government organizations and its critical infrastructure have far-reaching consequences both within and beyond the region. Through our continued vigilance, we’ve tracked these attacks to help our customers conduct proactive threat hunting related. This report details the most critical events we have tracked so far, providing a resource so than any organization can prepare for and respond to disruptive cyber activity.
Fidelis Cybersecurity is dedicated to helping customers defend their networks against these escalating attacks and emerge stronger and more secure.
Read this document to learn what we know, and how we are safeguarding our customers.