Strategic Threat Intelligence made by Orange Cyberdefense
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Cyberdefense appears to be an unfair game. While defenders have to tackle a serious workload of more or less complex attacks, hackers only need one successful shot to succeed.
There is only one way to keep up with the pace of attackers: to join forces.
This is why we have launched the Orange Cyberdefense professional threat intelligence community initiative, where we share the research of the Orange Cyberdefense Epidemiology Labs. So you can get the intel you need to better fight off the next wave of attacks which will inevitably come.Register now to get the newest reports
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Information is everything, and our research team is the professional source you have been looking for. You will receive:
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- includes information from our CERT, CyberSOCs, Orange’s internet backbone
- detailed investigations into cyberthreats in specific industries, countries and sectors
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- backgrounds and trends analysis you need to know
- in-depth research, reviews and forecasts, curated and checked in our research labs
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Financial cybercrime in Russia
Russia’s position towards cybercrime is ambiguous and complex. The state believably engages against hacking but state organizations are also suspected of being connected to APT groups.
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More threat intelligence made by Orange Cyberdefense:
Databreaches in Healthcare: The attractiveness of leaked healthcare data for cybercriminals
Targeted cyberattacks against various industries have become increasingly common in recent years. The healthcare sector is no exception. In 2015, this reached its peak, especially affecting United States (U.S.) based healthcare companies, with more than 113.27 million records being exposed.Read