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NOKIA Threat Intelligence Report 2021: Insights and Findings


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A threat-informed defense strategy is a key attribute for organizations that can effectively prevent and respond to cybersecurity incidents.

The Nokia Threat Intelligence Center examines malware network communications to develop detection rules which enable the detection of malware in many service providers' networks. The annual Nokia Threat Intelligence Report provides insights into and findings about malware activity in mobile and fixed networks around the world. All shared anonymized data are aggregated from service provider networks monitored by Nokia’s Threat Intelligence Center.

Register now for this webinar to learn about:

  • Mobile device malware infections in 5G
  • Supply chain attacks and IoT botnet activity
  • Infection rates in fixed residential networks during work-from-home situations
Kevin Mcnamee
Head of Threat Intelligence Lab - Nokia
Kevin McNamee heads up Nokia's Threat Intelligence Lab. This lab analyses hundreds of thousands of malware samples each day to create the threat intelligence that powers Nokia’s adaptive 5G end-to-end security solution. Previously he was director of Security Research at Bell Labs, specialising in the analysis of malware propagation and detection. He is an expert on mobile network security, holds ten patents in this field and has had speaking engagements on the topic at RSA, BlackHat and the (ISC)2 Security Congress.

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