Everybody gets attacked now, and nearly every day. Including the state government of Kansas. The “threats,” as a state information security officer calls them, sometimes include “socially engineered Trojans, phishing attacks, advanced persistent threats, network-traveling worms, just to name a few.” And foreign intelligence services. And organized crime.
Everybody gets attacked now, and nearly every day. Including the state government of Kansas. The “threats,” as a state information security officer calls them, sometimes include “socially engineered Trojans, phishing attacks, advanced persistent threats, network-traveling worms, just to name a few.” And foreign intelligence services. And organized crime. Craig Ruttle File photo
Everybody gets attacked now, and nearly every day. Including the state government of Kansas. The “threats,” as a state information security officer calls them, sometimes include “socially engineered Trojans, phishing attacks, advanced persistent threats, network-traveling worms, just to name a few.” And foreign intelligence services. And organized crime. Craig Ruttle File photo