Anatomy of a Hack Disrupted

Anatomy of a Hack Disrupted

Organizations can no longer rely simply on signature-based scanning of machines to identify malware. Polymorphic malware takes on an infinite number of forms; and has a purpose in mind that always involves taking something from you.

This whitepaper explores how one organization used a comprehensive approach to disrupt a hack. Their approach entailed not just looking at malware as a set of files to be detected, but also looking at it in terms of the actions the malware takes.

Download the whitepaper and learn how this comprehensive approach:

  • Automatically identifies and addresses a potential issue before damage can be done;
  • Expands your antimalware efforts beyond simple machine scans to include scanning the network for malware activity;
  • Creates a layered defense, ensuring the greatest effort in stopping malware in its tracks.



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