Quarterly and Special Reports

BluVector
Threat Report Q2 2020

Q2 threats showed a decrease in COVID-19 lures to attract victims but an increase in several new techniques. From attacks that might threaten current work-from-home workers as they return to offices and malware techniques that enable both junior and seasoned attackers to inflict more damaging cyber-attacks.

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BluVector
Threat Report Healthcare 2020

While 2020 will be remembered as the year the COVID-19 pandemic infected patients around the globe, healthcare IT security teams will also remember it as the year of ransomware. Threat actors who use ransomware choose their targets based on their willingness to pay and a desire to return their operations to normal.

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BluVector
Threat Report Q1 2020

Threats for Q1 2020 were dominated by two central themes: Coronavirus/COVID-19 and state-sponsored attacks. While each in their own categories can inflict significant damage to organizations, the merging of both might be an even bigger story in Q2.

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BluVector
Threat Report Q4 2019

In the fourth quarter of 2019, we found that email and Microsoft Office documents are still the leading delivery method for new attacks, attackers are increasingly using encryption to avoid detection and malware growth is finding new victims on Linux and macOS.

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