2023 Annual Threat Intelligence Report

Get your copy of the 2023 Deepwatch Threat Intelligence Report highlighting 2022 observations and metrics, and forecasting the threat landscape for 2023.


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2023 ATI Threat Report

In our Annual Threat Intelligence Report 2023, Deepwatch Adversary Tactics and Intelligence experts provide data on the leading cybersecurity threats SOC security analysts faced in 2022 and offer predictions of what teams will likely face in 2023.

Read the report to see the top threats, alerts, and incidents observed in 2022 and specific guidance to build a defense-in-depth security posture in 2023.

Key Threat Report Findings

Top Attack Vector: Business Email Compromise (BEC)

Early detections and low volume, high fidelity alerts are more important than ever. Deepwatch provides detection tools and expertise to identify and address evolving threats. No single EDR tool or email solution can match the efforts of human analysis in detecting evolving modern threats.

Adversaries Continue to Leverage Ransomware Exploitation

Ransomware continues to thrive through well-crafted spear phishing campaigns, unsecured remote access software and appliances, overprivileged identities, or unpatched software. Affecting many industry sectors, Deepwatch can help to mitigate risk through contextual threat intelligence to rapidly identify, investigate, and resolve cyber threats.

Prepare for Complex and Growing Threats

As information-stealing malware continues to grow in popularity in 2023, cybercriminals look for new ways to access sensitive information for financial gain. SecOps teams can stay threat ready by pairing managed detection and response and automatic rapid response across endpoint, network and identity.