Cybercrime Will Exceed $2 Trillion by 2019: Top Threat to Infrastructure, Productivity and Revenue in Every Industry
Cybercrime Will Exceed $2 Trillion by 2019: Top Threat to Infrastructure, Productivity and Revenue in Every Industry

As defense stategies become stronger year after year, it seems as though the prevalence of malware is growing proportionately, projected to exceed $2 trillion by 2019 - a four-fold increase in the cost of security breaches over 2015.Posing a threat to every industry, profession, and company, malware not only compromises confidential or regulated data and intellectual property, but it also damages network infrastructures, disrupts employee productivity and jeopardizes company revenue.

Today's malware has become so sophisticated that it can detect and outsmart "advanced" security systems, including latest sandboxes, firewalls, and intrusion prevention. Common malware evasion techniques only provide limited visibility, causing even the most sophisticated organizations to be vulnerable to attacks. With increasing threats being posed daily, it is now necessary to go beyond the traditional in order to implement a system that provides complete visibility into the behavior of malicious code.

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  • How advanced malware is engineered to evade detection by other security tools;
  • How to detect sophisticated malware by emulating and analyzing the activity of an entire host, including the CPU, system memory, and all input/output devices;
  • How to create an all-encompassing environment to observe 100% of the actions that a malicious object might take
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