An analysis of the European cyber threat landscape
Human risk review 2022
From global crises and geopolitical challenges to the COVID-19 pandemic, the past year has given us no time to rest. Unfortunately, we also witnessed dramatic developments in the field of information security: Cyber criminals did not hesitate to take advantage of dynamic societal events for their own unscrupulous ends.
Coupled with this is an increasing professionalisation of cybercrime. Organisations are now facing an innovative dark economy in which cyber crime-as-a-service is a common business model. Tactics are evolving, almost by the minute. The IT landscape is also broadening, as hybrid work methods have come to entail new means of communication that offer cyber criminals further opportunities to launch insidious attacks on company systems.
Download this report now to find:
- Analyses of current threats and trends in the areas of cyber crime and information security
- Data-based insights into the most successful social engineering and phishing tactics of cyber criminals
- Behavioural science-based tips for sustainably minimising human risks and strengthening your security structure