ENISA Threat Landscape 2020 highlights top cyber threats for January 2019-April 2020
The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), with the support of the European Commission, EU Member States and the CTI Stakeholders Group, has published the 8th annual ENISA Threat Landscape (ETL) report, identifying and evaluating the top cyber threats for the period January 2019-April 2020.
This publication is divided into 22 different reports, available in pdf form and ebook form. The combined report lists the major change from the 2018 threat landscape as the COVID-19-led transformation of the digital environment. During the pandemic, cyber criminals have been seen advancing their capabilities, adapting quickly and targeting relevant victim groups more effectively Infographic - Threat Landscape Mapping during COVID-19.
The ETL report is part strategic and part technical, with information relevant to both technical and non-technical readers. The following table describes the type of audience and content for each ETL report. You can navigate through the entire collection by using the links available in each report in the section "Related". For a better understanding on how the ETL is structured, we recommend the initial reading of "The Year in Review" report. Previous, ENISA Threat Landscape reports are available on the webpage - ETL though the years and Tematic Landscapes.
The full report is available at ENISA >>