Lifecycle of the Advanced Persistent Threat

Lifecycle of the Advanced Persistent Threat


Advanced persistent threats (APT) are a serious concern, and one that most security systems are not prepared for. They can adapt to any network, any security control, and any vulnerability for the specific purpose of stealing your data.  

In order to protect your business from these threats, you must first know how APTs work. This analysis describes the lifecycle of APTs from their inception to the moment the theft is complete and how you can stop them along the way.

Read it now to protect your network from the dangers APTs pose.  

Dell SecureWorks
18 Jul 2012
16 Jul 2012
16 Page(s)
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