This eBook explains how Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) protection solutions work, and how they can help your organization get the upper hand against adversaries.
APT attackers thought to be operating from China often seem financed by the government, but there are other groups that work for the highest bidder, which is usually a private sector company looking for information that will squash their competition.
An ISACA global study shows that one in 5 organizations (21 percent) have experienced an advanced persistent threat (APT) attack, and 66 percent believe itís only a matter of time before their enterprise is hit by an APT.
Microsoft's Digital Crimes Unit struck again, and was allowed to seize 23 free domain names in an effort to strike a fatal blow to malware delivery networks run by a Kuwaiti and an Algerian national.
Many papers on the topic of Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) begin with ominous references to the changing threat landscape and stories of how highly sophisticated cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent.
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