//Publications - 07 December 2020

Cyber Threat Signal 2021

Cyber Threat Signal 2021

Proud to have worked and collaborated alongside a number of fellow CERT colleagues from CERT-In, KrCERT/CC and Sri Lanka CERT|CC on this publication. 

Today (Monday 7 December 2020) we released a joint prediction of the most pertinent cyber threats that 2021 may deliver. Perhaps to no one's surprise, ransomware attacks is expected to dominate the sector in 2021 in both volume and its impact. 

This joint publication follows a diagram and summary points of observations from 2020 that is extended into 2021 along with point-form mitigation advice. To read and download a copy of this publication, see link provided below. 

Contributors: 

CERT-In

Indian Computer Emergency Response Team is the National Incident Response Centre for major computer security incidents in its constituency. i.e. Indian cyber community.

KrCERT/CC
KrCERT/CC is the National Computer Emergency Response Team in Korea.  KrCERT/CC takes the lead in raising technical capability for the protection of Critical Network Infrastructure, Internet communication networks and for reinforcement of prediction and alarm systems.

Sri Lanka CERT|CC
Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Readiness Team | Coordination Centre (Sri Lanka CERT) is the single trusted source of advice about the latest threats and vulnerabilities affecting computer systems and networks, and a source of expertise to assist the nation and member organizations, in responding to and recovering from cyber-attacks. 

AusCERT
AusCERT is a not-for-profit Cyber Emergency Response Team based in Australia. AusCERT delivers 24/7 service to its members and helps them prevent, detect, respond and mitigate cyber-based attacks.