Indicators of Attack vs. Indicators of Compromise


Download The information security community has long relied on Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) as the first sign that a system or organization has been breached. These indicators-artifacts left behind after a breach has occurred-can be valuable for forensics analysis, but by the time IOCs are detected the damage has already been done: networks were breached, data was stolen, and the victim organization's reputation and business have suffered. CrowdStrike Falcon is the first endpoint protection platform that detects Indicators of Attack (IOAs), suspicious behaviors that can alert organizations to a potential attack in its earliest stages-before an actual data breach occurs. This report explains how IOAs can be instrumental in preventing attacks-especially those that do not generate IOCs, rendering them invisible to conventional defenses.

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