By Justin Fier
From hacked IoT devices to corporate infrastructures hijacked for crypto-mining to automated ransomware, novel and sophisticated cyber-attacks are notoriously hard to catch. It is no wonder that defending against these silent and never-seen-before threats dominates our security agendas. But while we grapple with the challenge of detecting the unknown, data exfiltration – an old and very well-known risk – doesn’t command nearly the same amount of attention. Yet data exfiltration happens, and it happens by the gigabyte.
As attackers improve their methods of purloining the sensitive data we trust our organizations to keep safe, one critical question …read more
Via:: Security Week