New study shows firmware attacks are on the rise; see how Microsoft is working to help eliminate this

by cybersal

New data shows that firmware attacks are on the rise, and businesses aren’t paying close enough attention to securing this critical layer.

Recently, Microsoft commissioned a study that showed how attacks against firmware are outpacing investments targeted at stopping them. The March 2021 Security Signals report showed that more than 80% of enterprises have experienced at least one firmware attack in the past two years, but only 29% of security budgets are allocated to protect firmware.

The study showed that current investment is going to security updates, vulnerability scanning, and advanced threat protection solutions. Yet despite this, many organizations are concerned about malware accessing their system as well as the difficulty in detecting threats, suggesting that firmware is more difficult to monitor and control.

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