In four steps an attacker not only gain access to your internal resources but is also capable of hiding malicious code for later use. Following a phishing attack, the malware exploits your systems and drops a backdoor that allows for later access to your systems. Through this illicit access the attacker can upload tools, steal data and perfom many other malicious activities.
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Organizations worldwide lack the complete visibility into activities across IT infrastructures needed to reduce cyber risks, causing security incidents, failed compliance, and disruption of business…