Good software can be as dangerous as bad, say ThreatLocker

Penny Horwood
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Rob Allen, ThreatLocker
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Rob Allen, ThreatLocker

VP of Operations explains that software organisations may not even know is running on remote devices can be used by attackers as a route to data exfiltration.

Rob Allen, VP of Operations, ThreatLocker challenged the audience at the Computing CyberSecurity Festival to think about some of the software they were running such as Microsoft PowerShell in terms...

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