The recent Colonial Pipeline attack exposed to the entire nation the daunting threat that ransomware poses to both public and private infrastructure. While gas pumps ran dry and fuel prices spiked, we in cybersecurity understand all too well. Unfortunately, the “last mile” of hardening our defenses remains stubbornly difficult to mitigate: human error.
The human attack surface is defined as the sum total of people’s actions, access, and security controls that impact your organization’s risk. Listen now as we explore how security teams can gain visibility and control over their organization’s human attack surface to disrupt the likelihood of ransomware downloads and malicious attacks caused by human error.