What is Attack vector
An attack vector in information security refers to the path or method that an attacker uses to exploit a vulnerability in a computer system or network. Attack vectors can take many forms, including software bugs, social engineering, physical access to hardware, or even insider threats.
For example, an attacker might use a phishing email to trick a user into clicking on a malicious link, which then installs malware on their computer. In this case, the attack vector would be the email itself, which was used to deliver the malware.
Understanding attack vectors is important in information security because it helps organizations identify the potential entry points that attackers could use to gain unauthorized access to the corporate network.