It happens so innocently: an employee logs into email, sees a message that his password needs to be updated in Outlook and clicks on the link provided. But the email wasn’t generated by Microsoft, it was sent from a cybercriminal who had an email address that looked legitimate. Suddenly, an attack has been launched on your employee and your firm.
The time is now to better understand your firm’s weaknesses. What systems are vulnerable? How can you best secure the environment? How can you best secure data stored in the cloud? How can you best secure on-premises infrastructure? How do you secure your firm’s general computing environment?
Our article “The Top 6 Penetration Testing Fails” will help you answer these extremely tough questions.
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