Phishing is a term well known to those with connected devices. But what about less common threats, such as weaponized documents? Join SparkCognition's Director of Cybersecurity, Rick Pither, as he covers different types of file-based, fileless, and in-memory attacks, and how to prevent and protect against these threats.
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