Incident Response, TDR

APTs: New, improved and smarter than ever

Using such tried-and-true methods as social engineering to gain entry to enterprise networks, cybercriminals can easily siphon off identities and other information. That's because these adversaries will go to great lengths to identify weakness within a high-value target. 

While APTs are not new, what has changed is who is at the controls and what is being targeted. Now, APTs are often putting financial institutions in their sights and simultaneously leveraging the unique security problems of mobile technology. While a return to a pre-APT Eden may be both unlikely and perhaps impossible, as this new ebook from SC Magazine finds, there are things that organizations and the industry as a whole can do to rebuild a more generally trustworthy environment. 

Click here to download this ebook on APTs.

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