2021 Cyber Threat Intelligence Report

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Accenture
Editor: [S.l.] : Accenture, 2021Descripción: 24 p.: il. ; 1 documento PDFTipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
Tema(s): Ciberseguridad y confianza | cybersecurity | threat | cybercriminals | amenaza | ransomwareRecursos en línea: Acceso al documento Resumen: Alongside the breach opportunities presented by the pandemic, a population of extortionists is growing as new cybercriminals are drawn to low-risk, high-reward operations. Established ransomware operators are upping their game as they continue to focus on new monetization opportunities and see no limit to the potential profits. And although many businesses have been drawn to the efficiency, elasticity and innovation of the cloud, they’ve been reminded of how security is the other side of change: Migrations and transformations must be secure by design in order to place workloads securely in the cloud and enable better business outcomes. As cyber threat evolutions complicate an already disrupted world, security leaders need to accelerate resilience, adapt to changes and make sure the C-suite is fully on board to support and promote their approach. Having the right intelligence at the right time can make all the difference. With the Accenture Cyber Threat Intelligence Report, we bring you the latest insights on how to protect your organization. Our latest report focuses on early 2021 cyber threat trends and expert perspectives on threats to the operational technology (OT) landscape.
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Alongside the breach opportunities presented by the pandemic, a population of extortionists is growing as new cybercriminals are drawn to low-risk, high-reward operations. Established ransomware operators are upping their game as they continue to focus on new monetization opportunities and see no limit to the potential profits.

And although many businesses have been drawn to the efficiency, elasticity and innovation of the cloud, they’ve been reminded of how security is the other side of change: Migrations and transformations must be secure by design in order to place workloads securely in the cloud and enable better business outcomes.

As cyber threat evolutions complicate an already disrupted world, security leaders need to accelerate resilience, adapt to changes and make sure the C-suite is fully on board to support and promote their approach. Having the right intelligence at the right time can make all the difference. With the Accenture Cyber Threat Intelligence Report, we bring you the latest insights on how to protect your organization.

Our latest report focuses on early 2021 cyber threat trends and expert perspectives on threats to the operational technology (OT) landscape.

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