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No-Click Malware Is Here: Why Enterprises Must Prioritize Identity-First Securityby@davidmahdi
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No-Click Malware Is Here: Why Enterprises Must Prioritize Identity-First Security

by David Mahdi4mNovember 17th, 2022
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No-click or zero-click exploits don’t use social engineering tactics. Instead, they infect devices and machines without any user interaction. These kinds of attacks take advantage of vulnerabilities within a system that passively receives and then processes messages. The attacker is best only against very specific targets and will usually lead to the discovery or ‘burn’ of their attack. Security leaders must also think about the digital trust and identity-first security angle. The end goal for enterprises is establishing and maintaining digital trust, the cornerstone of securely conducting digital business.

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