Trellix Predicts Heightened Hacktivism and Geopolitical Cyberattacks in 2023
Trellix, the cybersecurity company delivering the future of extended detection and response (XDR), today released its annual threat predictions report for 2023. Forecasts from the Trellix Advanced Research Center anticipate spikes in geopolitically motivated attacks across Asia and Europe, hacktivism fueled by tensions from opposing political parties, and vulnerabilities in core software supply chains.
"Analyzing current trends is necessary but being predictive in cybersecurity is vital. While organizations focus on near-term threats, we advise all to look beyond the horizon to ensure a proactive posture," said John Fokker, Head of Threat Intelligence, Trellix. "Global political events and the adoption of new technology will breed novel threats from more innovative threat actors."
The Trellix Advanced Research Center brings together hundreds of the world's most skilled security analysts and researchers to serve the global threat intelligence community and organizations with the latest threat indicators and insights collected from Trellix's extensive sensor network.
Trellix Advanced Research Center forecasts the following threats in 2023:
About the Trellix Advanced Research Center
The Trellix Advanced Research Center brings together an elite team of security professionals and researchers to produce insightful and actionable real-time intelligence to propel customer outcomes and the industry at large. Driven by the industry's most comprehensive charter, our skilled researchers detect trends ahead of the market to empower our customers and partners to solve for emerging threats. More at https://www.trellix.com/en-us/advanced-research-center.html.
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