What is the difference between an APT and an AET?

In recent times the advanced persistent threat (APT) has become more prominent in information security jargon, partly due to the RSA incident. SC Magazine asked whether this should be taken seriously as a threat or if it is just another strong malware attack.

by Dan Raywood

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