Zero-day attacks: how to detect and respond effectively

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Zero-day attacks can be perceived as the invisible enemy. On average, more than 22 zero-day exploits occur per year, according to a study. In the first 4 months of 2021, 18 exploits were observed – on track to undoubtedly surpass previous years.

How do cybercriminals do this?

  1. Vulnerability is discovered
  2. PoC demonstrates the viability of exploitation
  3. Exploit is weaponized in a practical technique
  4. Exploit weaponization & tooling is optimized

Zero-day attacks will always be a threat, so it’s imperative that you detect and respond to this this post-exploitation behavior effectively. Join forces with eSentire for security services to disrupt threats before they impact your business.

Aug 9, 2021
Aug 9, 2021
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