SC Magazine eConference: APTs: A strategy for defence
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APTs have become the new normal for attacks - the challenge now is defining the new normal for defence.
From Edward Snowden's leaks and the Stuxnet worm attack on Iran's nuclear centrifuges to the Mandiant report on Chinese cyber-spying, nation-states have a high level of cyber-capability. They use sophisticated malware to launch Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks on rival countries' infrastructure - for intelligence, physical or virtual-damage, or economic advantage. And the evolving world of cyber-crime is not far behind, using similar techniques to steal data for ID theft, IP theft, online fraud as well as the use of ransomware.
APT attacks use advanced techniques to infect and avoid detection, and are multi-layered and persistent, gathering intelligence via social engineering, using highly-targeted spear-phishing and diversionary DDoS attacks during data exfiltration.
Tune in to this SC Magazine e-Conference to see how you can pre-plan to reduce vulnerability, accelerate awareness of attacks on your network, and define appropriate response and remediation.
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