Report identifies 76% of ransomware use old vulnerabilities

20/02/2023 | Cyber Security Works

A new joint report by four security vendors identified older vulnerabilities are associated with 76% of ransomware attacks in 2022. The 2023 Ransomware Spotlight Report combines research from Cyber Security Works, Cyware, Ivanti and Securin to present an "in-depth analysis of vulnerabilities newly associated with ransomware, extremely dangerous vulnerabilities with ATT&CK kill chains, MITRE attacks, scanner latencies, vendors and products under attack, and predictive trends." 

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