DNF Editorial Staff
- Browsers must be constantly updated: Vulnerabilities in the browser and add-on functions increases the probability of security incidents. Patches to them must be applied immediately to secure the IT infrastructure.
- Disable Java in the browser: Java browser plugins also have a long history of vulnerability, which is why, its best to disable them in the browser.
- Adopt two-factor authentication: User accounts are often hacked in order to steal data. By using two-factor authentication, an organization can prevent the fraudulent misuse of the login credentials.
- Monitor threat feeds: Threat feeds identify IP addresses and domain names that do not match the data in firewall or proxy logs, making it easy to detect malicious activity.