Trellix Threat Report: Log4j Attack, Ransomware & APT Threats
By Raj Samani · January 31, 2022
Ransomware continues to threaten enterprises and assets around the globe, but it was the discovery of a new vulnerability affecting widely used Log4j library that created a hectic and stressful fourth quarter for our new company and the cybersecurity industry. Our latest threat report details the Log4j campaign and its prevalence in what is becoming a threatening tradition as the latest major risk was released just in time for the holidays.
In response, our first threat report as a new company details the timeline of the Log4j impact, our team’s timely research into its step-by-step execution and how to defend against the latest major campaign on the threatscape.
Our team’s research of ransomware in the third quarter of 2021 provides updates on and insight into BlackMatter, Groove Gang, LockBit 2.0, and the prevalence of REvil/Sodinokibi.
This threat report also offers research and analysis on relevant Q3 2021 threat topics including:
- APT Threat Actors
- APT Tools Threats
- MITRE ATT&CK Techniques
- Most Targeted Sectors, Vectors and Countries
- Living Off the Land Techniques
In addition to the findings of this report, don’t forget to use our Threat Center dashboard for updates and profiles of the most current prevalent threats and a knowledge base that includes targeted countries and sectors along with proactive solutions to help your enterprise stay ahead of emerging threats.
As always, we welcome your feedback of our new company’s first threat report and to hear what you would like to see in the next report.
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