Resources Mandiant's RSS Feed en What is Ransomware? <p>Learn what Ransomware and Multifaceted Extortion are and why they are dangerous.</p> kristen.todd What is XDR? kristen.todd Advanced Persistent Threat Groups <p>Mandiant pays special attention to advanced persistent threats (APT) groups that receive direction and support from an established nation state.</p> <p>Like other attackers, APT groups try to steal data, disrupt operations or destroy infrastructure. Unlike most cyber criminals, APT attackers pursue their objectives over months or years. They adapt to cyber defenses and frequently retarget the same victim.</p> <p>Just because you have APT-linked malware variants in your system doesn't mean that you're an APT target. But your security team should be aware of this list of the most active APT groups and take extra precautions when they detect malware linked to previous APT attacks.</p> kristen.todd Uncategorized (UNC) Threat Groups <p>An uncategorized (UNC) threat group is a cluster of cyber intrusion activity which includes observable artifacts such as adversary infrastructure, tools, and attack patterns, but is not yet classified as an <a data-entity-type="node" data-entity-uuid="e3b5da3b-5d83-4f65-80f4-a1cba942771b" href="/node/3551">advanced persistent threat (APT)</a> or financially motivated (FIN) group. As more artifacts and analysis are collected on these UNC groups, Mandiant Threat Intelligence may merge these activity sets with other UNC groups or reclassify them during the graduation process as a temporary (TEMP), APT or FIN group.</p> <p><a href="/reports/mandiant-advantage-threat-intelligence-data-people-and-processes">Learn How Mandiant Tracks UNCs</a></p> kristen.todd What is a Zero-Day Exploit? <p>Learn what zero-day exploits are and how threat actors are using them.</p> kristen.todd Protecting Your Cyber Assets and Critical Data <p>What is cyber security and why is it critical? </p> kristen.todd