Vectra AI director on the fragility of critical nation infrastructure

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May 27, 2021
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IT Brief Australia

Following on from the recent high profile cyberattack on Waikato’s District Health Board, Vectra AI director of security engineering Chris Fisher explains why ransomware attacks on critical national infrastructure (CNI) are becoming increasingly common. He discusses why the operational threat environment is so different from the IT environment, and what steps governments and private sector enterprises need to be taking now to improve their CNI security posture.

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