Threat Landscape Report Q4 2017

Learn about the threats and trends IT security professionals, from CISO to Security Operations, should be most prepared to address. The intelligence experts at FortiGuard Labs analyze data from billions of events and incidents observed in live production environments around the world. Highlights of this quarter’s report include details on increasing IoT attacks, the evolution of cryptojacking, the growing number of malware families, and the resurgence of steganography, based on data collected between Oct. 1 and December 31.

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Threat Landscape Report Interview

Tony Giandomenico, Senior Security Strategist/Researcher from FortiGuard Labs, discusses the key findings and takeaways from Fortinet’s Q4 Global Threat Landscape Report in this Video Q&A. Gain insight into the threats you need to be ready for.

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Infographic: Q4 2017 Threats

Get a quick view of the top takeaways plus steps to defend against the threat trends seen this quarter including IoT attacks, cryptomining, malware growth, and steganography.

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Battling the Cryptojacking Epidemic & Malware Mutations

Cyber threats are as unpredictable as the weather, which can make preparing and planning for them daunting and full of uncertainty. Register for our fourth installment of in-depth threat research where our security strategy expert walks you through the top trends, such as IoT botnets targeting System-on-Chip (SoC) devices, fileless malware  and -cha-ching! - the mining of digital currency. 

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Weekly Intelligence Briefs from FortiGuard Labs

To keep an eye on the threat landscape between these quarterly reports, sign up for our free threat intelligence briefs. Each week, FortiGuard Labs summarizes the latest:

  • Application vulnerabilities
  • Malware/botnet activity
  • Malicious web attacks

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