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This year’s Global Threat Intelligence Report is finally here  


Every year, the Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) from NTT Security Holdings serves as a guide through the complex world of global cyber security. It carefully outlines and examines the most important threats and challenges facing companies and organizations worldwide and helps us understand emerging dangers, trends, and patterns that are crucial for preparing for future risks. 

GTIR provides valuable recommendations and insights regarding best practices, offering companies and organizations advice on effectively managing their cybersecurity. These recommendations aim to assist organizations, authorities, and security experts in enhancing their ability to address cyber threats. 

Key takeaways from the Global Threat Intelligence Report 2024: 

Most attacked sectors: The manufacturing industry stands as the prime target for cyber attackers. Sectors such as technology, finance, transportation, and public sector also face significant threats. Organizations must remain vigilant and proactive in strengthening their cyber defences. 

Surge in ransomware: Ransomware attacks, among the most dangerous cyber threats, witnessed a dramatic surge in 2023. Globally, incidents increased by 67% compared to the previous year. The grim reality is that the likelihood of underreported cases is huge, with some businesses opting to pay ransoms to salvage their data. 

Common cyber attacks unveiled: The GTIR unveils the most frequent cyber threats globally, with trojans, backdoors, and penetration test tool-based attacks ranking high on the list. Understanding these attack vectors is crucial for strengthening defences against potential breaches. 

Download the full report here.

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