Prevention & Response


Like water, cybercrime moves effortlessly around obstacles. Since governments and enterprises have implemented stronger pol icy -and signature-based protect ions for regulated data and endpoints, sophisticated criminal organizations have changed their tactics, using different tools and targeting intellectual property and other networked assets.

Replacing mass-market malware, this next generation of threats is personalized and persistent. Threats are targeted, ever morphing, dynamic and zero-day. These carefully staged attacks look innocent as they walk by traditional firewall, IPS, anti-virus and Web gateways that rely on signatures and known patterns of misbehavior. Once inside,...