How to Identify Compromised Devices with Certainty
The days of only worrying about cyber-attacks putting only your workstation at risk are long over. These days, the new rule of thumb is that if it connects to the internet, it can be hacked. The Internet of Things (IoT) consists of any number of devices, from a smart phone to MRI machines.
But unlike a workstation, or even network servers, many of these devices don’t have protections like firewalls or antivirus solutions in place to protect them from being compromised. Even more unnerving is the fact that many types of IoT malware can lurk on a device without giving any sign of its presence or the damage it’s doing.
But how does one identify a device under threat actor control before it’s too late? Join Chris Scheels, Director of Product Management, to learn about active threat detection solutions, including how they discover threats that other solutions miss, and how they verify these infections with certainty.