Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development , Threat Detection , Threat Hunting

On Demand | Anatomy of a Threat

On Demand | Anatomy of a Threat

The Clop ransomware gang is using Progress' MOVEit, a popular file transfer tool, to steal data and extort victims. This attack is particularly concerning because it highlights the autonomy of threats. In other words, attackers are no longer limited to exploiting traditional vulnerabilities. Instead, they are able to use legitimate tools and software to gain access to systems and networks.

Watch this video and learn more on:

  • How does it work specifically?
  • Why is this attack so dangerous?
  • What can organizations do to protect themselves?
  • What if I'm infected?

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