Posts Tagged ‘APTs’

Breaking System Down to Find APT

Advanced persistent threats (APTs) are a big issue that can keep security professionals up at night wondering if and when
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Incidents Down; APTs on Rise

By Gregory Hale
While reported security incidents are down from last year, the percentage of advanced persistent threats (APTs)
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In Security, Silence is Not Golden

Nearly 33 percent of IT security teams never speak with their company’s executives about cyber security and of those who
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Mitigating Havex, an ICS Threat

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is an excerpt of the second in a two-part series from Del Rodillas at Palo
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Security Firms Partner to Fight APTs

Security firms Check Point and Bit9 will combine their individual areas of expertise in a move to upgrade their service
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Firms Lack Security Knowledge: Report

There has been an uptick in more sophisticated and targeted malware attacks over the last 24 months, a new survey
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C-Level Fears Own Security Profile

Senior executives are now becoming very aware of the cyber threat hanging over them with over 66 percent of the
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APT Disconnect Means Poor Defense

Even in today’s heightened digitally aware environment, companies remain unprepared to protect themselves against an emerging, relentless cyber security danger
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Attacks Spreading to Other Industries

Sophisticated attacks that once targeted the financial services industry are now going out to other critical sectors, while the bad
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Major Security Pain: Mobile Devices

The rush of mobile devices entering corporate networks, advanced persistent threats and third-party application vulnerabilities are the primary pain points
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