You’ve heard about adware, malware, and spyware. And you probably have protection against malware attacks. But do you have protection against no-ware?
Ron Gula, CEO of Tenable Network Security, defines “no-ware” as any attack that is accomplished without malicious software. No-ware is notoriously hard to detect because there are rarely any indicators except for a configuration change or a rule modification. Listen as Ron provides examples of no-ware, explains how it works, and recommends a methodology for finding no-ware on your systems.