Intruder Lateral Movement in Action
Lateral movement in the cyber kill chain refers to the strategic progression of an attacker within a compromised network environment. Once initial access is obtained, the attacker aims to expand their control and reach high-value targets by moving laterally across the network. This involves exploiting vulnerabilities, escalating privileges, and leveraging compromised credentials to gain access to additional systems and resources.
Understand how attackers traverse through a network and learn about the techniques and tools they deploy to create persistence within the network.