Years ago, the U.S. Air Force coined the term "Advanced Persistent Threats" (APTs). Today, it is becoming one of the most talked about, inconsistently defined, and abused terms in security. Yet APTs are real threats that federal government and enterprise IT teams must combat because their sophisticated attacks have serious consequences.
Please join Daniel Teal, founder and CTO of CoreTrace, and a former information warfare officer at the Air Force Information Warfare Center (AFIWC), for an interactive webinar designed to help IT and security professionals understand:
* What defines an APT
* What their objectives are
* Who their potential targets include
* What their primary weapons are (e.g., memory attacks)
* The best solutions to combat the attacks, including the case for application whitelisting-based advanced threat protection platforms like CoreTrace Bouncer
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