Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at Expel. Thanks to the great team there for their support!
Every quarter, the Expel security operations centre (SOC) publishes its Quarterly Threat Report (QTR) to distill all the trends, notable new behaviours, and unusual attacks it saw in the previous quarter.
By sharing how attackers got in, and how Expel stopped them, the QTR helps inform your organisation’s security strategy.
Download your copy of the Expel QTR for an in-depth look at what Expel analysts saw this quarter, including:
- 56% of all incidents were account compromise or account takeover in Microsoft 365.
- 23% of incidents involved the deployment of commodity malware and malware families linked to pre-ransomware operations.
- 15% of all phishing attacks identified were session cookie theft via attacker-in-the-middle (AiTM) phishing, which tripled from last quarter.
- The MOVEit Transfer zero-day topped the list as the most commonly exploited vulnerability, followed closely by a 10-year-old vulnerability.
You’ll get more information about these threats and patterns, along with recommendations your security team can take today to protect your org, in the Expel QTR. Download your copy today.
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