RDP remains a security concern – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

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Much has been written about the risks that poorly-secured RDP connections entail, but many organizations continue to leave themselves at risk and get hit by data breaches as a result

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) turned out to be a lifeline for organizations around the world during the mass shift to remote and hybrid work arrangements. Its popularity didn’t escape the attention of cybercriminals, and RDP remains a popular attack vector among many bad actors intent on wreaking havoc on corporate networks. While much has been written about the risks that poorly-secured RDP connections entail, reports show that many organizations continue to leave themselves exposed – and are even hit by data breaches as a result.

In this edition of Week in security, we’ll look at how organizations can avoid the scenario where misconfigured remote access services give criminals an easy access path to corporate networks..

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