FireEye | APT28: At The Center Of The Storm

Complimentary Intel Report:
Russia’s APT28 Strategically Evolves its Cyber Operations

Concerns over Russian espionage litter today’s headlines as regional threat actors influence high-profile international matters, including the 2016 U.S. presidential election and more.

The U.S. Federal government confirmed what FireEye long upheld – that the Russian actor group APT28 is indeed sponsored by the Russian government – and in response, recently released indicators of compromise (IoCs) to block their espionage activities. Learn more about this advanced persistent threat. Having tracked APT28 through multiple attacks and intrusions, FireEye has a unique understanding of the group’s motives and techniques, tactics and procedures (TTPs).

Download this free 15-page intelligence report – At the Center of the Storm: Russia’s APT28 Strategically Evolves its Cyber Operations – for our unique insight into:

  • APT28’s decade-long cyber support of Russian strategic interests.
  • The techniques, tactics and procedures (TTPs) employed to compromise their victims.
  • FireEye’s forensic and adversary intelligence gathered from previous APT28 breaches.
  • APT28’s influence on numerous high-profile national and international matters, including the Syrian conflict, NATO-Ukraine relations and the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Gain valuable insight into who you’re blocking and why. Download our summarized intel on this high-profile Russian threat. Download this complimentary report today.

 

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