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Information Security magazine - Special Edition, March 2014

Not only is modern malware getting more prevalent and sophisticated, it's also now focusing on a broader array of targets. Attackers would still love to break into top-level enterprise systems, but now they're also aiming low, taking advantage of the fact that each day employees bring their own devices to work and use them to access corporate networks.

The ability to detect and respond to advanced malware of all shapes and sizes is now mission-critical for enterprise information security professionals. InfoSec pros must rethink their strategies, and assess new technologies and techniques, to thwart high-level attacks, but they now cannot lose sight of the low-hanging fruit that is the employee-owned mobile device. This Insider Edition provides fresh thinking and new information on what antimalware detection and prevention is available to meet the modern malware threat. To best protect your organization and its unique assets, read on.  Access >>>

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