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Overview of Most Common Threat Actors

September 27, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Threat Detection and Hunt Teaming

The most common threat actors responsible for 2017 cyber attacks were cybercriminals (33%). Hackers, which can also be non-criminals hired to help companies detect vulnerabilities and lock down defenses, were responsible for discovering 23% of exploits, while non-malicious insiders were blamed for 14% of exploits.


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