Advanced Persistent Threat

Advanced Persistent Threat
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  • From: Boss@email.com Subject: New Software
  • The company has purchased a new software. Visit the link below to download the software. Please download as soon as possible. link
  • Mhm. I will do this now.
  • Click
  • Yes! I've gained access into the company's system. I will steal their information, and they will never see it coming!
  • BEEP BEEP!
  • Company's Information
  • Emergency Meeting
  • 18 days later
  • It has come to my attention that some private information has been stolen. We are experiencing an APT.
  • Advanced Persistent Threat. It's when an intruder uses social engineering to gain access to a network and remain in the network for a long period of time. Usually, an APT occurs so the intruder can steal data.
  • What's an APT?
  • No problem. Besides the hardware and programs, you should warn the employees to be cautious with suspicious content. This way, you are less likely to experience an APT again.
  • Thank you for installing the protective hardware and security programs. 
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