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Advanced persistent threat (APT) has been a used and abused term in the security industry, but security experts say targeted attacks are a growing problem, penetrating networks and stealing intellectual property. This TechGuide will provide analysis of APT and ways to determine whether your organization risks exposure to targeted attacks. The chapters explore detection technologies, how to monitor insider threats and how to effectively use threat intelligence to defend against a targeted attack before it happens. Access >>>
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- Threat detection products
- APT attacks
- Threat detection strategy
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