Nettitude has today released the first issue of a new dedicated cyber threat intelligence briefing for the financial services industry. Aimed at providing informative, relevant and timely information about current threat actors and their activities, based on the findings of Nettitude’s security researchers, the report is designed to help financial services firms address the evolving risks facing their business and the industry as a whole.
The inaugural report sets out the threats facing different sections of the financial services markets and contains a global overview of recent threat activity, revealing Germany as having the most advanced cyber crime network in the EU, while Russia takes this title globally. The initial briefing also takes an in-depth look into malicious URLs and the lure of phishing attacks. For instance, a recent analysis of more than 230,000 malicious URLs captured by Nettitude in May 2016, found 35 percent to be hosted in the US, with the Ukraine in second position with 20 percent.
The report ‘Perception, Financial Services Cyber Threat Briefing Report’ is available to download here.
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