Whitepaper: Detecting the enemy inside the network
Posted on 11 October 2013.
Advanced Persistent Threats, or APTs, are a high priority for IT security professionals because of their potential impact on the enterprise. In fact, APTs can compromise a wide variety of different defenses because instead of just relying on malware, they usually involve human beings who are better able to adapt their attacks and ultimately compromise the target network.

A better understanding of APTs can help prevent these types of attacks and perhaps give both business leaders and network administrators a little more peace of mind as well as allowing them to focus on other challenges.

This free whitepaper provides a comprehensive overview of the threat as well as the advanced protection that enterprises can now use to protect their networks and information.
  • Learn how targeted attacks occur including intelligence gathering, points of entry, and data exfiltration
  • Find out what businesses can do in terms of fundamental defense and more advanced protection
  • Discover how the leading solutions provide vulnerability management services and deep security.





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