All corporate networks are highly vulnerable to attacks that would give hackers full control of their infrastructure, according to a new report from Positive Technologies.
The report studied 2017 audits of 22 corporate systems belonging to companies across different industries, including IT, finance, retail, and transportation. Positive Technologies researchers were able to gain full control of infrastructure on every corporate networks they attempted to compromise. Only 7% of the systems studied were moderately difficult to access, the report found.
Read more about the report by Positive Technologies, and about how companies can better protect their networks, on TechRepublic.