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Finding malware, or worse, attackers pivoting from server to server on your network, is a difficult proposition. Persistent, motivated hackers are adept at developing code that evades detection from signature-based network security devices. And more often than not, attackers are penetrating enterprise networks using legitimate credentials stolen via social engineering scams. This informative handbook outlines how to better safeguard your network. Get the latest tips on network security technologies, and advice from our experts. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Threat detection: Time to move beyond signatures
- Botnets: Skilled network experts fend off zombies
- Device security: Is new technology bypassing traditional controls?
- Security assessment: India Inc. goes beyond routine
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