2020 Global Threat Report by Crowdstrike


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1. Introduction

1.1.1. Methodology
1.1.2. Naming Conventions

2. Threat Landscape Overview: Taking A Step Back For Perspective

2.1.1. Malware-Free Attacks By Region
2.1.2. Breakout Time
2.1.3. Global ATT&CK Technique Trends
2.1.4. MITRE ATT&CK Techniques Observed By Overwatch

3. The Rich Keep Getting Richer: The Pervasive Ransomware Threat

3.1.1. Big Game Hunting
3.1.2. RAAS Operations Move Toward Big Game Hunting
3.1.3. Looking Forward

4. ECrime Trends And Activity

4.1.1. 2019 Trends In Tactics, Techniques And Procedures
4.1.2. ECrime Enablers
4.1.3. Targeted ECrime Activity
4.1.4. Looking Forward

5. Targeted Intrusion

5.1.1. Iran
5.1.2. DPRK
5.1.3. China
5.1.4. Russia
5.1.5. Other Adversaries

6. Conclusion

6.1.1. Ransomware
6.1.2. Credentials
6.1.3. Social Engineering
6.1.4. Geopolitical Tensions

7. About Crowdstrike


This article was contributed by Jason Jacobs from Guyana. Jason is a member of our CCT Professional Community on Discord. CCT means Caribbean Cyber Team.