Hit-and-Run Model of Breaching An Environment - Exfiltrating or Corrupting Data

Hit-and-Run Model of Breaching An Environment - Exfiltrating or Corrupting Data

Perhaps the most important measure that an organization can take is to shift its perspective on cybersecurity from one that focuses simply on perimeter defenses to one that also limits the dwell time of an attacker who manages to penetrate its environment. This shift limits the potential damage the attacker can inflict. To accomplish this, organizations cannot rely on outdated security tools and frameworks. Midsized organizations, in particular, are vulnerable to security entropy as they generally have fewer available resources to dedicate to data security. Instead, organizations must invest in artificial intelligence and machine learning, which can reliably identify attacks as they occur as opposed to weeks or months after the initial incursion.

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  • Initial exploitation
  • Deposit payload
  • Lateral movement:



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