To what degree can you hope to control the actions of an attacker, says Jim Cook, ANZ Regional Director, Attivo Networks
When we hear about cybersecurity incidents, it is mostly because an attacker is in the box seat and in control. Perhaps they have breached a company and exfiltrated data, or unleashed ransomware or some other type of malware payload.
A number of security researchers have sharply criticised security blogger Brian Krebs, a former employee of the Washington Post, after he doxxed two of them on Twitter, apparently because he disagreed with them about the operations of Spamhaus, an organisation set up to track email spammers and spam-related activity.
An attack research group was the number 1 target of DDoS in the first three months of this year, according to a new report by a US-based global security company, with a warning that the researchers and their related groups are fast becoming “high-valued” targets for digital criminals.
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