Defeating Advanced Persistent Threat Malware
sponsored by Infoblox

There are a number of known ways to neutralize viruses, worms, and Trojan horse viruses—anti-virus software, web filters, etc. However, existing approaches are not effective against sophisticated Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Malware that exploits DNS for stealthy communications and data transfer. APT Malware is probably the most dangerous class of malicious software because it enables hackers to steal customer and / or sensitive corporate information over extended periods of time. 

How can you protect your organization from APT Malware?  Read this whitepaper to learn why a DNS Firewall implementation is a MUST for your organization and how the Infoblox DNS Firewall may be the industry’s first true DNS security solution.

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