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A glance at the threat landscape

The threat landscape is constantly shifting, and in order to actively defend your organization you need to stay up to date on the latest attack trends.

Nexum has been managing and monitoring security environments since 2005, and leverage their experience in order to provide an overall view of the threat landscape, specifically looking at 3 key macro trends:

  • Socially Engineered Phishing
  • IoT, Edge, and Infrastructure Devices
  • Utilization of Geo-blocking and IP Blocklists

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