The 2023/2024 Axur Threat Landscape Report offers a comprehensive analysis of the latest cyber threats [1] [2] [3]. It combines data from surveillance of the Surface [1] [2], Deep [1] [2] [3], and Dark Web with insights derived from in-depth research and investigations conducted by the Threat Intelligence team [1].


The report highlights several key findings. Firstly, there has been a threefold increase in leaked credit and debit card details [3], indicating a growing risk in this area. Additionally, there has been a surge in credential leaks and info stealers, posing a significant threat to individuals and organizations. Brand misuse and digital fraud have also seen an increase, showcasing the evolving tactics of cyber fraudsters.

Furthermore, the report sheds light on the influence of geopolitical factors on information security. It emphasizes the need for organizations to adapt and fortify their cybersecurity frameworks [3], with a focus on comprehensive monitoring and swift response [3]. The use of artificial intelligence in cybercrime is also explored, highlighting the importance of harnessing AI for threat intelligence and automation.


The 2023/2024 Axur Threat Landscape Report underscores the urgent need for organizations to enhance their cybersecurity measures. With the rise of cyber risk integration with business risk and the ever-changing tactics of cyber criminals, comprehensive monitoring and swift response are crucial [3]. Additionally, the report emphasizes the potential of artificial intelligence in combating cyber threats.

Axur’s AI-powered platform [3], Polaris [3], offers automated threat management and tailored insights to enhance organizational response capability [3]. By leveraging these advancements, organizations can better protect themselves against the evolving landscape of cyber threats.