With an estimated 500,000 ‘Internet of Things’ devices using default security credentials it’s little wonder that the recent Mirai botnet’s DDoS attack was able to cause such widespread disruption.
But it isn’t just the average home-user that’s at risk. Organizations like yours are being targeted with bespoke malware in order to compromise your network and add your servers and devices to malicious botnets.
So why are these attacks so successful? How does a typical infection take place? And what security systems should be in place to defend against botnet proliferation?
Read this paper to find out:
How malware recruits devices and systems on your network
The consequences of being part of a botnet
Best practice security tips to help you stay free of botnets
Critical technologies to keep your organization secure