We at Infoblox are pleased to publish this Q3 2022 edition of our Quarterly Cyber Threat Intelligence Report. We publish these reports during the first month of each calendar quarter. This Q3 2022 report puts a special and introductory spotlight on the Infoblox Threat Intelligence Group’s (TIG) original research into Top Level Domain (TLD) Reputation Scoring and on how this information can help organizations assess potential threats. This is the first time we have released and published this data externally to such a broad audience. The team expects to be updating this original research on a quarterly basis.
This report includes a special update on Emotet and the Omnatuor Malvertising Network. We also include industry alerts, advisories, reports and original research published from July 1 to September 30, 2022, by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the NSA/CSS (National Security Agency Central Security Service).
This publication supplements our original research and insight into threats we observed leading up to and including this period of time. We feel that timely information on cyber threats is vital to protecting the community at large. Here is the link to download your copy of the Q3 2022 Cyber Threat Intelligence Report: https://www.infoblox.com/resources/whitepaper/infoblox-q3-2022-cyberthreat-intelligence-report.
During Q3 2022, the Infoblox Threat Intelligence Group published the following reports:
- Introducing the Infoblox Reputation Scoring Capability
- Emotet: A Malware Family That Keeps Going
- Omnatuor Malvertising Network: Hijacks Browser Settings to Spread Riskware
Our Q3 2022 Cyber Threat Intelligence report shares research on many dangerous malware threats. Your security effectiveness depends on timely, up-to-date threat intelligence. Using tools included in Infoblox BloxOne® Threat Defense, security teams can collect, normalize and distribute highly accurate, multi-sourced threat intelligence to strengthen the entire security stack. Additional capabilities can help SecOps to accelerate threat investigation and response by up to two-thirds.
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Please download the Infoblox complementary report here: https://www.infoblox.com/resources/whitepaper/infoblox-q3-2022-cyberthreat-intelligence-report.
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