Online gambling organizations are at risk of data breach due to the high volume of financial activity where millions or billions can pass through their systems over the course of a year. They are at risk of identity theft and account fraud as well as large data breaches of heavily regulated data like customer banking information. With the online gambling industry being extremely competitive, organizations are also very concerned over any potential for damage to brand image and customer loyalty as a result of a successful attack.
Bad actors often target the systems of employees of gambling organizations as a way to gain a foothold in the network and steal credentials with which to gain access to high-value data. They also take advantage of the high volume of false positive security alerts that most security controls generate to hide their lateral movement once they gain that foothold.
Gambling companies often depend on perimeter and agents to secure their network, whether on-premises or in the cloud. There are limitations to both approaches:
Perhaps most importantly, neither approach has visibility into the lateral movement of an attack once a bad actor has compromised a single device and starts moving laterally in search of the target systems or data.
Online gambling organizations rely on Lastline Defender’s AI-powered network security to deliver the detection and response to advanced threats attempting to enter or operate in their on-premises or cloud networks that their existing tools lack:
Lastline automates the detection, investigation, and response to advanced threats.
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