Microsoft has published its Digital Defense Report 2022. The report shares insights on the evolving digital threat landscape and outlines what actions customers can take to manage risks. Microsoft analyses 43 trillion signals from its worldwide ecosystem daily, revealing the ferocity, scope, and scale of digital threats worldwide. Last year the technology company blocked 70 billion email and identity threat attacks and removed over 10,000 domains used by cybercriminals. The report covers five critical areas:
- State of Cybercrime
- Nation-State Threats
- Devices and Infrastructure
- Cyber Influence Operations
- Cyber Resilience
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