Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - Special Edition, May 2013
Antivirus and intrusion prevention aren’t the threat detection stalwarts they used to be. With mobile endpoints and new attack dynamics, enterprises have to be nimble on the security front in order to keep data safe and attackers at bay. This Essential Guide will help you understand the latest in threat detection options, from whitelisting and sandboxing, to technologies that help you analyze and correlate attacks such as network monitoring, SIM and log management. Access >>>
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The evolution of threat detection and management
by Michael Cobb, Application Security
Enterprises must understand the latest threat detection options to keep up with advanced cybercriminals who can bypass enterprise security defenses.
- The evolution of threat detection and management by Michael Cobb, Application Security
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