Cyber Security

Key findings from the latest ESET Threat Report – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

What is behind the drop in ransomware and what should still be done for containing the ransomware scourge?

Ransomware detections fell by 20% between 2021 and 2022, according to ESET’s latest Threat Report. What is behind the drop, why is ransomware still a huge problem, and what has yet to be done before the ransomware scourge is contained?

Watch the video to learn not just about the latest trends in ransomware, but also about, for example, new statistics concerning phishing and why the Log4Shell vulnerability remains a problem.

The full report – which provides an in-depth exploration of the key developments, trends and threats that shaped the threat landscape in the final four months of 2022 – is available here.

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