Organised cybercrime has now reached unprecedented levels on a global scale.
This demanding and incredibly complex phenomenon gives rise to as many questions as it does threats.
According to many observers, including France’s national agency for information system security (ANSSI), cybercrime will be the biggest threat
we will face in the coming years. But how do we understand a phenomenon that is so diffuse, intertwined and ever changing?
How can we protect ourselves against a phenomenon that we don’t completely understand, and whose outlines are blurred,
at a time when the current threat level from cybercrime poses critical strategic risks for companies and organisations?
Thales’s Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) team aims to explore this decisive question,
in order to provide our partners and the general public with key insights into how organised cybercrime works.
Today’s crime requires an ability to adapt our technical knowledge and analysis.
In this report, we wanted to explore new ways of understanding, bringing to the technical knowledge,
mastered by our community, keys of strategic analysis much rarer.