Network Security

Are Advanced Evasion Techniques Already Beating Your Network Defenses?

Provided by Forcepoint

Category Network Security

Type E-Book

Length 45

Publish Date June 20 2016

Date posted January 10 2017

Overview

Most organizations have spent the past decade ramping up responses to network security threats, cybercrime and compliance regulations. However, Forcepoint™ research shows that advanced evasion techniques (AETs) continue to break the security protection model that most organizations rely on today. Given the changing threat landscape, we need to rethink traditional security. This e-book helps you understand why AETs are the weapons of choice for large attacks and how cybercriminals use them to bypass common security measures. It also shows you how to assess the risks posed to your organization, as well as how to proactively protect yourself from AETs. Written in an engaging, concise style, this e-book will immediately give you a better grasp of what AETs are and what you can do about them.

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