sponsored by IBM
Posted:  03 Jun 2013
Published:  03 Jun 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Equifax, a global leader in information solutions, has one of the largest data stores of both consumer and corporate data  - so it's no surprise that security is a top concern for this company. To address an increasingly complex threat landscape, Equifax knew it had to develop a more holistic approach that could protect against known and unknown threats.

In this resource, discover how Equifax moved from a standard network detection model to an intrusion prevention framework that allows them to identify suspicious behavior and malicious activity hidden in network traffic.

Read on to discover the full range of security capabilities that are now available to Equifax, and learn the business benefits they currently experience from their chosen strategy.






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