I want to disable PowerShell access on users' PCs batch by batch rather than across 3000 PCs corporate-wide in one go.
What's the safest / easiest way? There's a direction in our corporate to mitigate against fileless attacks:
Fileless attacks have gone mainstream. They were one of the fastest growing threats in 2017 and are predicted to grow even more next year. And they're the most dangerous - Ponemon's 2017 State of Endpoint Security Risk study found that more than 75% of successful breaches involve fileless techniques.
What's behind this troubling growth? A new Morphisec report looks at the evolution of this attack trend and examines how malware incorporates fileless techniques to avoid antivirus and NextGen detection tools.