Comment les pirates attaquent les chaînes d’approvisionnement critiques COVID-19

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Les cyberattaques ont évolué en 2020 pour profiter de la pandémie COVID-19, révèle une nouvelle recherche d’IBM Security.

Selon cette étude, 3 tendances principales se font remarquer:

  1. Les cybercriminels accélèrent l’utilisation des logiciels malveillants liés à Linux
  2. La pandémie entraîne une forte usurpation des marques connues
  3. Les groupes développant des ransomwares profitent d’un modèle économique rentable et améliore leurs attaques agressives pour y inclure des tactiques de double extorsion

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IBM Security Report: Attacks on Industries Supporting COVID-19 Response Efforts Double

IBM (NYSE: IBM) Security today released the 2021 X-Force Threat Intelligence Index highlighting how cyberattacks evolved in 2020 as threat actors sought to profit from the unprecedented…

Attackers disrupting COVID-19 efforts and critical supply chains – Help Net Security

Cyberattacks evolved in 2020 as threat actors sought to profit from the unprecedented socioeconomic, business and political challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, IBM Security reveals. In 2020 attackers were observed pivoting their attacks to businesses for which global COVID-19 response efforts heavily relied, such as hospitals, medical and pharmaceutical manufacturers, as well as energy companies powering the COVID-19 supply chain.

COVID pandemic causes spike in cyberattacks against hospitals, medical companies | ZDNet

Cyberattacks against healthcare organizations have doubled during the coronavirus pandemic, research suggests. On Wednesday, IBM released the company’s annual X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, which analyzed data from the previous year to track the evolution of new threats, malware development, and cyberattacks.

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