Information Security Media Group (ISMG) announces the launch of the 2014 Advanced Persistent Threats Survey: the Latest Insights into the Most Effective Prevention, Detection, and Defense.
Today's sophisticated attackers use ever-stealthier malware and zero-day exploits to evade traditional security defenses, making organizations increasingly vulnerable to advanced persistent threats. These APTs seek to exfiltrate critical data over the long term.
This web-based research study looks at how attackers are infiltrating critical systems, and how organizations can block these advanced threats.
Take the 2014 Advanced Threats, https://www.bankinfosecurity.com/surveys/2014-advanced-persistent-threats-survey-s-26, to help determine:
- The current advanced threat and APT landscape;
- Where traditional security solutions are falling short;
- Top 2014 technology investments to improve APT prevention, detection, and defense.
Survey results will be presented in a variety of ways across ISMG sites, including an in-depth report, expert interviews and a webinar in which survey respondents will be invited to listen to exclusive insight and analysis.
This survey was commissioned by Palo Alto Networks.
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