With the spread of COVID-19, organizations worldwide have introduced remote working, which is having a direct impact on cybersecurity and the threat landscape. Alongside the higher volume of corporate traffic, the use of third-party services for data exchange, and employees working on home computers (and potentially insecure Wi-Fi networks), another headache for infosec teams is…
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Automated attacks on Remote Desktop Protocol accounts are aimed at taking over corporate desktops and infiltrating networks.
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