Cyber Security Threat Landscape 2022

Cyber Security Threat Landscape

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M10

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in October 2022 as follows:

Even though the number for phishing activities and other cyber threats may not be increasing, organisations should remain vigilant on the ever changing cyber threat landscape.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M10" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M09

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in September 2022 as follows:

Systems with unpatched vulnerabilities, misconfigured services or exposed Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) are continuously targeted by attackers.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M09" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M08

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in August 2022 as follows:

Attackers always attempt to exploit system vulnerabilities and compromise remote access services.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M08" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M07

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in July 2022 as follows:

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and ransomware attacks remain significant threats affecting organisations’ operation and data.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M07" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M06

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in June 2022 as follows:

Phishing attacks keep growing and posing serious threats to organisations and individuals.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M06" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M05

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in May 2022 as follows:

Account takeover attacks, vulnerability exploitations and malware activities keep increasing.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M05" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M04

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in April 2022 as follows:

Script-based attacks have been a major attack vector used by attackers for a long time.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M04" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M03

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in March 2022 as follows:

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and attacks targeted web applications and mobile endpoints continue increasing in quantity and sophistication.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M03" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M02

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in February 2022 as follows:

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is aggressively targeted by attackers.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M02" report.

Cyber Security Threat Trends Report 2022-M01

GovCERT.HK keeps observing the cyber security threat trends and shares some observations in January 2022 as follows:

Vulnerabilities and misconfigured cloud services are always the targets for the attackers. Ransomware attacks continue posing significant threats to organisations.

For details, please read the "Cyber Security Threat Trends 2022-M01" report.









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