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Table of contents
- Defending against RAM scraper malware in the enterprise
- SMBv2 security in question: Disable or patch?
- Best practices for defending against (small) botnets
- How SSL-encrypted Web connections are intercepted
- Cyberwarfare and the enterprise: Is the threat real?
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