Ransomware has recently vaulted to the top of the news again, as devastating attacks continue to impact government, education and business operations in many jurisdictions, particularly in the United States.
Unfortunately, many of these network stack vulnerabilities are ‘wormable’ which means that hackers and malware can exploit these holes in an automated method with no user interaction, enabling the infection to spread quickly and easily to a wide group of systems.
Here are the essential firewall best practices to prevent ransomware attacks from getting into and moving laterally on your network:
- Reduce the surface area of attack
- Apply IPS protection
- Minimize the risk of lateral movement
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