Root Out Rootkits: An inside look at McAfee Deep Defender
sponsored by Intel

While businesses may feel properly protected by their security software from viruses, Trojans and worms, there is another type of especially devious malware that organizations need to be aware of: rootkits. While rootkits may seem like just another type of malware, these increaingly common threats are unique in that they can conceal themselves as just another normal, innocent file, hiding it from the eyes of traditional file-based scans. And the longer it goes undetected, the more damage it will do.

But don't feel like you are powerless against these nasty intruders. This white paper will help you learn about the latest tools available that protect beyond the operating system, and can monitor memory operations in real time and expose deeply rooted threats. Working alongside other host protections, these tools will provide you this must-have security. Read on to get started.

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