Definitive Guide to Next-Generation Threat Protection

Feb 18, 2014

Winning the War Against the New Breed of Cyber Attacks: In recent years, enterprises and government agencies have fallen prey to a myriad of successful cyber attacks of unprecedented sophistication and reach. Despite spending over $20 billion annually on traditional security defenses, agencies find themselves battling a new generation of cyber attacks, such as advanced malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs) that are dynamic and stealthy and extremely successful at compromising today’s networks.

If there’s any chance of preventing these motivated adversaries from attacking our systems, stealing our data, and harming our critical infrastructure, we’ve got to think differently. We must realize the limitations of traditional signature-based defenses and leverage new technology to uncover and stop today’s new breed of cyber attacks.

In this eye-opening guide for Federal IT security professionals, you’ll learn about the evolution of today's new breed of attacks as well as the keys to truly securing agency networks.

Download the guide and learn:

  • The definition of next-generation threats
  • The three categories of cybercriminals
  • The key components and features of next-generation threat protection


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