Inline Security | May 8, 2023
By Keith Bromley : Sr. Manager, Product Marketing
Keysight Technologies (and formerly Ixia) recently released its fifth edition of its security report.
The report combines lessons learned in 2022 along with predictions for 2023.
Both the data and the predictions are based upon research conducted by Keysight’s Application and Threat Intelligence (ATI) Research Center.
The ATI team uses world-wide operations to effectively capture, analyze, and categorize various security threats and vulnerabilities.
The purpose of this report is to help strengthen global cybersecurity. Effective cybersecurity needs to be a collaborative function by security experts. This report is one way of sharing what Keysight has learned over the past year with the international community of security practitioners.
Specifically, the report covers the following areas:
- 2002 – A year in review
- CISA alerts for vulnerabilities in 2022
- Android malware with focus on polymorphism
- Top vulnerabilities disclosed in 2022
- Our view of potential 2023 threats
- Some suggestions for actions that can be taken
As you can see there is a lot of actionable material here. If you’re in the security field, this is the report you want to read. There is also an appendix with a review of a few important MITRE ATT&CK techniques.
Enjoy and stay safe!
If you want more information on this topic, check out the following resources:
- Keysight’s 2023 Security Report (report)
- How to Make a Hybrid Visibility Architecture Successful (white paper)