Quarterly Threat Trends

For vendors in the security industry, enterprises, and partners

News about threats can’t wait. In our quarterly threat trends updates, we provide Webroot’s insights into the latest threats, relevant news, industry reports, and information to help you stay ahead of modern malware.

September 2019

In This Issue: Threats and Trends Update

This quarter, we review the threats and trends our security team uncovered between January and June of this year as a mid-year update to our annual threat report. Get the full story by downloading the report, watch our overview video, or check out our interviews with Grayson Milbourne, security intelligence director at Webroot, to learn about the latest threat trends and predictions. Additionally, you can read our blog on why context matters in security data, featuring an interview with Holly Spiers, our sr. product marketing manager for threat intelligence.

Mid-Year Update to the Threat Report

This mid-year threat report update showcases data from the Webroot® Platform from January through June of this year, as well as malware trends, insights, and predictions from the Webroot Threat Research Team.

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Mid-Year Update at a Glance

Get a quick visual recap of the latest stats and trends in this brief animated video to see how you and your business can stay ahead.

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Webroot Security Experts Talk Threats

Hear from Grayson Milbourne, security intelligence director at Webroot, about the latest in threat trends, the results from the mid-year threat update, and his predictions for what’s to come in this video series.

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Context Matters: Turning Data into Threat Intelligence

“Data matters, but only if it’s paired with enough context to create meaning,” says Holly Spiers, Webroot sr. product marketing manager for threat intelligence. Without context, all those fancy threat intelligence numbers you hear about are just noise. Context is how data becomes actionable. 

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