Cyber crime isn’t a one-person job anymore

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In a new interview, one cyber professional is warning people about cyber criminals and gangs teaming up to attack businesses.

By working together, these criminals are putting their best techniques and malware together to coordinate more sophisticated cyber attacks.

Whether there’s more malware-as-a-service than before, or whether these gangs are actually forming partnerships, more threat actors are collaborating.

This might seem scary, but there is actually some hope. If the same threat actors keep using the same tools to break in, some of these tools might be easier to detect and block.

And that’s why protecting your business isn’t a one-person job anymore either.

Having a partner on standby to monitor your systems and the cyber landscape for new threats is absolutely key. If threat actors have someone to watch their back, so should you.

Are you ready to build your own security framework? Let’s chat. And if you’d like more information about the threat landscape, here’s the original interview:

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