Exposing RedFoxtrot: How Recorded Future’s Insikt Group Uncovered Targeted Espionage by Chinese Military-Linked Group
Insikt Group, Recorded Future's threat research team, used Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) to identify how a suspected Chinese-linked threat activity group, tracked as RedFoxtrot, has been targeting aerospace and defense, government, telecommunications, mining, and research organizations across multiple countries. The research shows ties between RedFoxtrot and the Chinese military intelligence apparatus, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Unit 69010, located in Ürümqi, Xinjiang.
Learn more about this breakthrough report which provides a rare glimpse into PLA cyber espionage tactics and techniques as well as their operations.
Join expert researchers from Insikt Group in this on-demand session as they share observations of the cyber espionage that has taken place and how the Insikt Group was able to utilize the Recorded Future Intelligence Platform to uncover them.
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Watch this session to learn how Insikt Group intelligence researchers uncovered:
PLA Unit 69010 cyber espionage tactics, techniques, and operations
Network intrusions targets found in bordering Asian countries, including key industries such as aerospace and defense
PLA operational infrastructure that has employed both bespoke and publicly available malware families commonly used by Chinese cyber espionage groups