All software is vulnerable so lock it by default, ThreatLocker

John Leonard
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All software is vulnerable so lock it by default, ThreatLocker
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All software is vulnerable so lock it by default, ThreatLocker

'Don't trust anything. Zero trust is the mindset we should apply'

Many exploits take advantage of functionality that has little real world-utility in the first place, according to Ben Jenkins, director of cybersecurity at ThreatLocker. Take the recent Follina ...

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