| Category: Enterprise Data Protection
| Published: June 2014
APTs are not just carried out against large enterprises: any target that is of value to an attacker could be subject to an APT. Casting an ignorant mind towards the severity of an APT will result in a catastrophic error, affecting both you and your organisation.
Whether it is blocking a spear phishing attempt, identifying a zero-day attack entering the network, C and C traffic to the network or by outbound traffic to a suspect location, identifying and stopping a threat in any stage of the lifecycle can stop an APT dead in its tracks.
A 3-part defence must be specifically formulated to thwart APT at specific stages of its lifecycle - whether reconnaissance, initial infection, control or exfiltration. Read the white paper to learn more.
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