Penny Allen, BAe Applied Intelligence talks Targeted Attack Evolution at CRESTCon & IISP Congress

Several years ago most companies out there didn’t even believe these attacks were a threat. Many of these same companies are now becoming all too aware of these threats and suffering attacks. However as we get better at detecting and protecting against these threats, the attackers are also working to improve their methods. We’ve seen a widespread movement from the use of spear-phishing emails to ‘watering hole attacks’ - the use of compromises to websites the target is expected to visit. Some

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