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Bad Actors Find Leverage With Automated Active Attacks
Once used only by nation-state attackers, automated active attacks have gone mainstream and allow the average cyber-criminal to gain entry and engage in malfeasance, says Chet Wisniewski, Principal Research scientist with Sophos. Luckily, organizations are getting smarter at spotting these stealthy, customized attacks earlier than they used to.
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