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Description

An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a network attack in which an unauthorized person gains access to a network and stays there undetected for a long period of time. The intention of an APT attack is to steal data, and attacks target organizations in sectors with high-value information, such as national defense, manufacturing and the financial industry. Malware resides inside your network and can lie dormant for lengthy periods of time. It can remain undetected by erasing its footprints.

 

CyberDome’s Philosophy: Anti-virus is indispensable, but isn’t going to make a dent into attacks that are a mix of social engineering, spear phishing, and zero-day viruses. We can set up Endpoint security defenses at the network perimeter that will prevent entrance to the network and remediate incidents. Monitoring solutions can look for anomalous behaviour. Sandboxing technologies will control any malicious activity and protect endpoints from infection by containing it.

Definition

  • Provider

    CyberDome

  • Skills

    • Hacking
    • Spyware
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