Don’t ask “Are they able to compromise my workstations?” but rather “What if they will?”

Last days informed about ongoing attack on Polish banks. According to the news source, it was classic watering hole attack. Attackers were able to infect Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) web service with a malware and further take over several banks’ computers which have visited this web site. The case is initially confirmed by KNF. Also, few of banks have confirmed that their SOCs have seen “network traffic to exotic locations and encrypted executables nobody recognized on some servers” – typical indicators of compromise. Can you handle similar risks, when trusted external party is a threat source? Wojciech Dworakowski, the CEO of Securing, shares some thoughts and ideas. Read full story here…

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