As a cybersecurity professional, chances are that having a keylogger installed on any of your company’s machines is one of your worst case scenarios. Once a keylogger is installed, nothing is sacred. Passwords, proprietary information, and banking credentials are just a few of the many things that are now known to hackers.
So how does this happen and how do you prevent it? Check out this week’s Whiteboard Wednesdays installment to find out!