Monday, December 5, 2016

What happens after a malicious link is clicked?

Most security teams are focused on how to stop people from clicking malicious links, which they should be, but I don't see enough thought on what should be done after a link has been clicked. Yes, we need to spend time implementing tools that will help prevent "click happy" people, but we also need to prepare for the inevitable. Seriously, it's going to happen and it won't stop anytime soon.

So, in this article I wrote for SearchSecurity I go over a few areas we should be thinking about after a malicious link has been clicked. I think it's equally important to know how to react to these situations as it is implementing technology that will prevent it. It's a big deal.

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