Discover How You Can Protect Users and the Organization in Today’s New Normal
The past six months have been a whirlwind of change. Security teams across the world have scrambled to empower distributed users with the tools and information they need to keep businesses running. Now everyone is accessing everything from everywhere, with limited control and visibility into who is accessing what, where, and on what device.
Regardless of the political fall-out from Special Counsel Robert J. Mueller’s indictment of twelve Russian intelligence operatives for tampering with the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, this much seems clear after reading the 29-page, John LeCarre-like document: It has become unreasonable to expect any organization to successfully defend against such a massive, coordinated cyberattack.
Democratic National Committee,
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee,
On the Serengeti, wildebeest have survived for millennia by using a simple strategy: safety in numbers. It’s great for the species, but each animal can only hope that another one will take one for the team.
It seems that almost daily, there is a new story about another bank or financial services institution (FSI) falling victim to a phishing or other cyberattack.
Trickbot banking Trojan,
The financial services industry is consistently among the most highly targeted industries for cyberattacks. Financial services institutions (FSIs) are a popular and frequent focus of attackers because, to quote famed bank robber Willie Sutton, when asked why he robbed banks: “That’s where the money’s at.”
watering hole attacks,
financial services industry,
employee credential theft