The COVID-19 pandemic forced many organizations to pivot and adopt a virtual workforce model in-order-to keep their businesses up and running. IT teams were left with the daunting task of securing networks and locking down and securing channels of entry. Cyber threats took immediate notice of the shift and took advantage of the opportunity to infiltrate and create damage via brute force and other attack methodologies.
In today’s remote working environment, cyber threats are targeting RDP and VPN vulnerabilities more so than any other attack vector because they can. Now more than ever RDPs and VPNs have become a convenient entry point for cyber threats to gain access into targeted network systems.