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Microsoft Releases New Report on Cybercrime, State-Sponsored Cyber Operations

06
Oct
2023
Microsoft Releases New Report on Cybercrime, State-Sponsored Cyber Operations

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The observed attacks, the tech giant says, were fueled by nation-state spying and influence operations, and more than 40% of the observed attacks targeted critical infrastructure organizations. At times, NATO member states were at the receiving end of half of the observed cyberattacks.

“While headline-grabbing attacks from the past year were often focused on destruction or financial gain with ransomware, data shows the predominant motivation has swung back to a desire to steal information, covertly monitor communication, or to manipulate what people read,” Microsoft notes.

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