A Survey of Zero-day Attacks in 2013 and What They Say About the Traditional Security Model

A Survey of Zero-day Attacks in 2013 and What They Say About the Traditional Security Model

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As cyber-attacks and malware grow increasingly sophisticated, zero-day vulnerabilities are becoming more prevalent. Zero-day vulnerabilities are software flaws – leaving your enterprise and users exposed to cyber-attacks before a patch is available. 

This informative survey explores zero-day attacks in 2013 and what they say about the traditional security model. Read now and learn more about some important recommendations, including:

  • Segmenting your networks
  • Limiting network privileges
  • Using application whitelisting
  • And more
Vendor:
FireEye
Posted:
05 Jun 2014
Published:
05 Jun 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
11 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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