VentureBeat February 21, 2024
Louis Columbus

Traditional security approaches aren’t closing the gap fast enough against the onslaught of cyberattacks growing in severity and sophistication every day. Attackers sharpening their tradecraft and looking for the weakest areas of businesses to attack made 2023 the year that will be remembered for a drastic rise in cyber threats.

Cloud intrusions jumped 75%, there was a 76% increase in data theft victims named on data leak sites and a 60% increase in interactive intrusion campaigns. Worse, 75% of attacks were malware-free, making them difficult to identify and stop. There was also a 110% YoY increase in cloud-conscious cases – with Scattered Spider predominantly driving activity.

Further underscoring just how wide the gap is between where attackers are from...

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