Security

Not Today Zero-Day: Reduce Cleanup Costs and Optimize Security Resources by Blocking Zero-Day Threats from the Web Before They Hit Endpoints

Provided by McAfee

Category Security

Type White Paper

Length 7

Publish Date September 22 2016

Date posted April 19 2017

Overview

By adding in-line file and code emulation to your web security, you can block approximately 99.5% of malware from the web, radically reducing the time and resources you need to spend cleaning up successful intrusions. This paper looks at how adding in-line file and code emulation to your web security can help block malware including zero-day attacks.

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