State of Cyberwarfare and Trends Report 2022-2023

May 24, 2023

If you’ve reviewed the global Armis State of Cyberwarfare and Trends Report: 2022-2023, you know that it’s critical for business and IT leaders to understand the evolving threat landscape surrounding cyberwarfare, so that they can improve their cybersecurity posture to defend against these attacks. To prepare this report, Armis commissioned a study surveying 6,021 IT and security professionals globally to determine worldwide trends as they relate to security professionals’ sentiments on cyberwarfare, attack patterns, cyber spending, and more. Responses were gathered between September 22, 2022 and October 5, 2022.

Armis utilized data from its award-winning Asset Intelligence and Security Platform to verify the survey results against real-world data trends. Proprietary data from the Armis platform collected June 1, 2022 through November 30, 2022 confirmed that cyberattacks haven’t slowed, only worsened. Threat activity against the global Armis customer base increased by 15% from September to November when compared to the three months prior. Further, Armis identified the largest percentage of threat activity against critical infrastructure organizations, with healthcare organizations the second most targeted when compared to various industries.

In addition to these global findings, Armis has prepared regional findings and country-bycountry analysis to offer unique, localized insights which may be more impactful for individual readers depending on where they are physically based and the countries in which their business operates. For this country-by-country analysis, we will zoom in on the findings pulled from the 1,513 respondents who shared insights for our survey that are based out of Australia (511), Singapore (501), and Japan (501) and work across industries including healthcare, manufacturing, retail, financial services, and more.

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Cyber Security, Cyberwarfare, IT and security