Cybersecurity Checklist – Part I: Preventing Initial Compromise
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Today’s attacks are spreading faster, evolving quicker, and evading even the most widely used security solutions. But that doesn’t mean you can’t fight back. Get practical recommendations for preventing and mitigating the latest attacks with this free checklist.
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- Prevent compromise in the first place by defending against the most popular attack vectors
- Mitigate post-exploitation activities like privilege escalation and lateral movement attempts
- Know when attackers attempt to launch malicious code from memory or make changes to the registry
- Make it more difficult for attackers to “live off the land” by abusing tools like PowerShell and WMI