Assess What You Know About Targeted Attacks
12 февраля 2013
Comparing perceptions versus reality reveals the gaps in enterprise security strategies. For instance, many believe that social networking sites, BYOD, rooting, and jailbreaking spell trouble for IT professionals. However, research shows that most attackers actually choose spear phishing to try and get into a network.
If everyone with access to a company’s network takes the time to assess what they know and what they think they know, then it’s easier to develop a mindset prepared for any threat attackers may pose.
If an IT professional, for instance, is familiar with how to exactly catch all the tell-tale APT signs, he won’t only protect the network using traditional defense solutions like firewalls and free anti-malware. He will, instead, combine the traditional with the new—sandboxing, mobile anti-malware, and custom defense.
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