Synchronized Security in a Connected WorldConnectivity is fundamental to our IT infrastructure - and unsurprisingly, today's enterprising cybercriminals have enthusiastically embraced it.
Using a range of connected techniques in their malware attacks, phishing email leads to an initial foot in the door, followed by a malware infection through exploitation of a known or unknown defect, then an escalation of privileges or a lateral movement across the network to spread the infection across different devices. A single compromised device can mean your network and connectivity are held hostage or used for malicious intent. Essentially, they exploit our IT connectivity to achieve their malicious ends.
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Chapters in this guide include:
- Synchronized Security: Cybersecurity as a System
- Synchronized Security in Action
- Cybersecurity: From Business Cost to Business Enabler