The CTA has just released a new joint analysis report on the growing threat of cryptomining, an activity that poses both short and long-term threats to individuals and enterprises. This report lays out the risk, its potential impacts, and the best practices organizations can employ to counter this rising menace.
As a member of the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), FortiGuard Labs received critical information and additional findings showing the VPNFilter campaign is targeting significantly more devices than initially thought, and contains additional capabilities, including the ability to deliver exploits to endpoints.
Information sharing is one of the most critical elements of any security strategy. Without it, security has to be painted with abroad brush when literally anything is possible. Being able to compare the device or network you are trying to protect against a set of threats that are known to be currently active is invaluable in pitting the right resources and countermeasures against the appropriate target.
In today’s digital economy, speed and efficiency are essential. So is the ability to access data from anywhere and from any device. These demands are forcing the network to change, increasing the amount of data that networks need to manage and the number of devices connected to those networks. This is responsible for growing the potential attack surface of today’s networks.
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