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You may be familiar with Privileged Access management – PAM – because of its capabilities as part of a comprehensive defense against cyberthreats. In a strong PAM solution those capabilities are many and varied, and allow network security teams to design a defense-in-depth strategy that adheres to security-first, Zero Trust principles to secure their organizations' most sensitive assets. Yet as important as it is to protect against cyberthreats, there is another key aspect of cybersecurity with which organizations need to concern themselves: Compliance with regulatory and industry standards.
2020 is the Year of the Rat, so we're kicking the year off with everything you need to know about the nefarious RATs... Remote Access Trojans. In the first post, we described a RAT's capabilities and the necessary steps to take in order to protect your infrastructure against this type of cyberattack. In this second installment, we're taking a look at just how much of a threat a RAT is to your system.
The elements of effective cybersecurity are both a broad and a deep subject for discussion, and the details of any one particular element bears in-depth discussion of its own. That said, such details are often best left to companies' cybersecurity teams to investigate and implement – but in no regard should executive teams remain completely uninformed of the high-level elements that should comprise proper, well-rounded cybersecurity within their organizations.
Chinese New Year 2020: The Year of the RAT
The year of the rat is going to be a strong, prosperous and lucky year, for those that carefully plan their objectives.