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Organizations are turning to SD-WAN solutions to ensure fast, scalable, and flexible connectivity across the corporate network. Learn how organizations can enable digital innovation with the right Secure SD-WAN solution.
Learn about the 4th installment in this blog series, focusing on different tactics and techniques malicious actors use to complete their cyber missions—and how organizations can detect and ultimately prevent them.
FortiGuard labs presents another technique on how to exploit a classic buffer overflow vulnerability against a SETUID root program when ASLR is enabled. Learn more on how to use data from a local file, instead of stdin, to cause a stack overflow.
Secure Remote Worker Use Case 4: Data Loss Prevention and Visibility
Today’s workers have been flung to the far reaches of the Internet, forcing them to log in and gain access to critical business applications and data in the cloud from unsecured residential and public Internet connections. Understandably, this lack of control and visibility is keeping cybersecurity professionals up at night, wondering whether data is being exposed on the edge of this new network architecture.
Now, more than ever, the world is changing faster than people and companies can react. Organizations need help with keeping up to date on the cyberthreats to watch for, how attackers attempt to infiltrate the endpoint, and how to stop attacks in their tracks. Otherwise, cybersecurity is largely a patchwork of guesses, what-if scenarios, and crossed fingers.
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