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Threat Intelligence
Report 2023

Identifying attack trends to protect telecom networks and customers’ data

“The key findings in this report underline both the scale and sophistication of cybercriminal activity today. To mitigate the risks, it’s essential that service providers, vendors, and regulators work to develop more robust 5G network security measures, including implementing telco-centric threat detection and response, and implementing robust security practices and awareness at all company levels.”

Hamdy Farid

Hamdy Farid, SVP
Cloud & Network Services,
Business Applications

Threat Intelligence in the 5G security era

The Nokia Threat Intelligence Report 2023 provides insights into the trends on 4G and 5G security attacks, malware attacks, Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks and other forms of telco cyber attacks on fixed and mobile networks around the world.

The report is compiled by experts at the Threat Intelligence Center in Canada, the Nokia Cyber Security Center in France; the Nokia Security Operations Center in India; and Nokia Deepfield, a part of Nokia focusing on software applications covering network analytics and DDoS security. It also includes facts from the latest Nokia/GlobalData survey including respondents from 50 CSPs, crucial for planning security in the 5G era.

Nokia Threat Intelligence Report 2023 key findings and trends

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