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APT Activity Report T2 2022

November 2022

APT Activity Report T2 2022

Advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are usually operated by a nation state or by state-sponsored actors. Their aim is to breach the security of governments, high-profile individuals, or strategic companies as well as to evade detection in order to harvest highly confidential data. This report summarizes the activities of selected APT groups that were observed, investigated, and analyzed by ESET researchers from May until the end of August 2022 (T2 2022).

Delivering high-quality strategic, actionable, and tactical cybersecurity threat intelligence, this report helps organizations tasked with protecting citizens, critical national infrastructure, and high-value assets from criminal and nation state directed cyberattacks.

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