Financial Sector Quarterly Threat Landscape

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The financial sector faces evolving cyber-attacks, challenging cybersecurity teams to create effective strategies to stop attackers. Whether dealing with continual social engineering campaigns, new technological environments, or stopping brand impersonations that target customers, financial institutions must be proactive to outfox the adversary.

In the first quarter of 2022 (Q1 2022), the financial sector faced an increase in botnet and malware deployment, as well as banking trojans targeting customers. Although there was a decrease in Initial Access Brokers (IAB) and ransomware, they remained some of the most significant threats to the sector.

Download the ZeroFox Quarterly Threat Landscape report for more findings with an in-depth analysis from the ZeroFox Threat Intelligence team:

  • Threat Trends and Evolving Risks
  • Top Vulnerabilities and Exploits
  • Industry-Specific Risks and Considerations
  • Predictions and Recommendations

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