To guide readers in navigating the Cyber Threat Tracker, kindly use the following definitions derived from various academic, policy, and industry sources, including the United Nations, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and cybersecurity threat intelligence reports.

Advanced Persistent Threat Actor refers to an individual or group that possesses adequate resources to conduct stealthy and sophisticated cyber activities over an extended period.

Cyber espionage is the collection of confidential and sensitive data on various public and private sector entities to gather geopolitical intelligence.

Cybercrime is a criminal activity that uses information and communications technologies to commit fraud and scams and steal data and credentials.

Disruption is the intent to coerce, delay, or halt the delivery of services, cause physical destruction or virtual damage, and compromise critical national infrastructure.

Financial theft involves intrusions and manipulations, and the spoofing or stealing of credentials to commit financial fraud or scams.

Intellectual Property theft is the unauthorized access and use or exploitation of proprietary information, ideas, patents, and trade secrets.

Sabotage entails deliberate actions to cause harm to physical or virtual infrastructure.

State-sponsor refers to an advanced persistent threat actor or hacking groups linked to a nation-state allegedly funding or supporting cyber activities to promote its strategic, political, and economic interests.