Ponemon Study: The State of Advanced Persistent Threats

Ponemon Study: The State of Advanced Persistent Threats


A huge number of enterprises today are simply unprepared to deal with avanced persistent threat (APT) attacks. In these APT and targeted attacks, cyber criminals use a myriad of sophisticated tools and techniques to breach into an organizations’ network, steal sensitive information and compromise its operations. Given the huge financial and reputational cost of an APT attack, organizations cannot afford to stand by while these hackers infilitrate their networks.

In this Ponemon Institute study, you'll become an expert on how APTs are changing the threat landscape and making current security controls ineffective, and the best practices for making sure your security solution makes the cut. Keep reading to learn:

  • Which software applications pose the most security risks
  • The most common types of cyber attack
  • The most effective ways to detect ATP attacks
  • And more



12 Dec 2013
12 Dec 2013
25 Page(s)
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