The standard prevention approach of blocking malicious activity has structural shortcomings that favor attackers. Plotting their activities to be marginally different than previously observed, or locating prevention gaps, is frequently all attackers need to do—and they do it with expediency.
Is it possible to overcome these shortcomings and place defenses on a more even playing field with attackers? There are no fast and easy answers; but there is a promising development – dynamic defenses. Learn how this approach is successfully preventing malicious activity without layers of static rules.