Hunting for Malware inside an Air-Gapped Network

Hunting for Malware inside an Air-Gapped Network

This case study features one of the largest airports that runs an air-gapped network to manage internal operations. Despite its isolated nature, several devices were found to be infected with malware capable of capturing and storing information locally.

Download this Case Study and learn:

  • How to prevent an air-gapped network from being infected
  • How an effective EDR helps to overcome a lack of visibility in the infrastructure
  • How infected devices were cleaned up, ensuring business continuity

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