The ENISA Threat Landscape provides an overview of threats, together with current and emerging trends. It is based on publicly available data and provides an independent view on observed threats, threat agents and threat trends. Over 140 recent reports from security industry, networks of excellence, standardisation bodies and other independent institutes have been analysed.
The ENISA Threat Landscape 2016 - the summary of the most prevalent cyber-threats – is sobering: everybody is exposed to cyber-threats, with the main motive being monetization. The year 2016 is thus characterized by “the efficiency of cyber-crime monetization”. Undoubtedly, optimization of cyber-crime turnover was THE trend observed in 2016.
ETL 2015) is the fifth yearly report in sequence, summarizing top cyber threats encountered in 2015. The 2015 edition of the cyber-threat landscape features a number of unique observations, the main one being the smooth advancement of maturity. As a matter of fact, cyber-space stakeholders have gone through varying degrees of further maturity. While the friendly agents – the good guys – have demonstrated increased cooperation and orchestrated reaction to cyber-threats, hostile agents – the bad guys – have advanced their malicious tools with obfuscation, stealthiness and striking power.(
- Brochure: Cyber 7: Seven Messages to the Edge of Cyber-Space
- ENISA (Updated September 2016)
In the ETL 2014, details of the developments made in 2014 are consolidated by means of top cyber threats and emerging threat trends in various technological and application areas. References to over 400 relevant sources on threats will help decision makers, security experts and interested individuals to navigate through the threat landscape.
ETL 2013 is based on a comprehensive information collection of publicly available open source material. Reports of various kinds (i.e. content, context, level of detail, subject areas, etc.) are collected over the entire reporting period. These reports are parsed to identify relevant content, such as threats, threat agents and trends.
The work on the ENISA Threat Landscape has been performed as part of the ENISA Work Programme 2013 under the Work Stream “Evolving risk environment & opportunities”.
The ENISA Threat Landscape 2012 provides an overview of threats, together with current and emerging trends. It is based on publicly available data and provides an independent view on observed threats, threat agents and threat trends. Over 140 recent reports from security industry, networks of excellence, standardisation bodies and other independent institutes have been analysed.