How cybercriminals evade detection and compromise web browsers.
Breaking down the key evasive characteristics that attackers use to bypass security tools.
Key insights include:
How the web browser can become the prime target for cybercriminals
How evasive web threats bypass current security technology
How to prevent Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT)
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The threat landscape has changed a lot in the past few years, with the rise of remote work, the increased use of SaaS apps, and the migration of resources and data to the cloud.
This has resulted in a drastically expanded attack surface that traditional security technology simply isn’t built to handle. Many organizations’ approach to security has yet to adjust to modern work, leaving the door wide open for a new class of evasive threats designed specifically to get around current security technology by targeting knowledge workers where they spend most of their time today—the web browser
Attackers leverage these cleverly-disguised threats to easily gain initial access to organizations, compromise sensitive data, and ultimately deploy malware or ransomware. Organizations that are still using yesterday’s security to fight today’s evasive threats are sitting ducks for these crafty threat actors that know exactly where they’re vulnerable.
This ebook will break down how the shift to remote work has led to a rise in evasive web threats, why traditional security technology can’t stop these threats, and the four key methods attackers are using to evade security tools.
Download this free ebook and begin taking steps to prevent these threats today.