'Doxing' identified as an ‘evolving threat’ within cyber risk landscape

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Furthermore, data breach severity has increased over the past year, with a heavy focus on the healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors

Doxing, the practice of publishing private or identifying information about an individual or an organisation, is an “evolving threat” within the cyber risk landscape, according to risk modelling firm RMS.

Speaking as part of the company’s two-day virtual Cyber Summit event, David Gatey, senior director of modelling at RMS, explained that well-known threat actors, such as Maze, are already using doxing as a tactic within their cyber attack arsenal.

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