North-South attack


Cyber security attacks that originate outside of the network are known as north-south attacks. North-south traffic typically indicates a data flow between an internal network and the broader internet. Most security tools such as firewalls and intrusion detection and prevention solutions focus on the perimeter and stopping north-south attacks.

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Hacker’s Almanac Series I: The Threat Actors

Hacker’s Almanac Series I: The Threat Actors

This is part one of a three part field guide to understanding cybercriminals/threat actors and their tactics, techniques and procedures.

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