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Most operations begin with threat actors or groups trying to establish an initial foothold in their victims’ network. To gain initial access, a threat actor might attempt several techniques that range from simple but effective phishing campaigns to more sophisticated supply chain attacks or exploitation of remote and public-facing applications using known and unknown (zero-day) vulnerabilities.

 

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