- For many companies, a data breach has become almost a way of life and business as usual. Damages — from customer loyalty and reputation to financial penalties and damage to infrastructure — while sizable, seemingly have not significantly impaired the largest enterprises.
- While many of the steps and tactics used by insiders are similar or identical to those used by outsiders, insiders may have additional knowledge that outsiders do not.
- They may have less reliance on reconnaissance and even lateral movement — and command and control interactions would be from within the organization, as would exfiltration.
– Albert Zhichun Li | July 7, 2020