Committed to Memory: Protecting Against Memory-Based Attacks
sponsored by Lumension

Memory injections occur when a code is inserted into the address space of a running application. While these vulnerabilities haven’t necessarily made headlines on their own, they are on the rise and require mitigation.

Inside, gain insight into the inner-workings of memory injections: how they infiltrate your apps, why they are difficult to detect, and how traditional endpoint security strategies cannot protect against them.

In addition, uncover how combining a memory-aware solution – such as application whitelisting – with a defense-in-depth security strategy can help you mitigate the ill-effects of memory injections.

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