As uncertainty continues to dominate the news, the striking wave of cybercrime we’ve seen lately is becoming less of an anomaly and more of a reality. Even the World Health Organization has reported a five-fold increase in attacks directed at its staff, with e-mail scams being the most prevalent.
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As the coronavirus pandemic forces enterprises to reshape their strategies, remote is slowly becoming the new normal. Platforms once united under a single firewall have now turned into scattered endpoints, and coherent threat defenses have to cover more ground than ever. While security experts struggle to keep threats at bay, one thing is becoming clear: your data is not safe anymore!
Intrusion detection, incident response, and digital forensics - these are all essential stages of managing a cyberattack. While different in nature, they all share one thing: they come after an attack has breached your systems.
Is that IP blacklisted or a false positive? Has it happened before? Were there any associated events? Should I keep it under supervision or just ignore it?