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Targeted Defense for Malware & Targeted Attacks
 

Targeted Defense for Malware & Targeted Attacks

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Sophisticated attacks leverage social engineering techniques and malware to compromise those individuals already on the inside of your enterprise, and then steal your data. By targeting your trusted ...

Sophisticated attacks leverage social engineering techniques and malware to compromise those individuals already on the inside of your enterprise, and then steal your data. By targeting your trusted employees, attackers can circumvent conventional defenses like firewalls and IPS solutions to penetrate your network and compromise your data center. This presentation will examine why attackers looking to steal sensitive data targeted your data center; explain how targeted attacks, often using spear phishing and malware, consistently defy perimeter and endpoint defenses; and present an eight step incident response model to help prevent, detect, and respond to targeted attacks.

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