ADVANCED PERSISTENT THREAT

An APT is a cyber attack launched against a specific company, person or institution. These attacks are usually deployed by well-trained attackers using advanced technology, strategic tactics and the necessary (financial) resources. APTs are well-structured and complex.

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An APT is a cyber attack launched against a specific company, person or institution. These attacks are usually deployed by well-trained attackers using advanced technology, strategic tactics and the necessary (financial) resources. APTs are well-structured and complex

According to Bitkom (Bundesverband Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien e. V.), medium-sized companies are most seriously affected by IT espionage or sabotage – over 60 percent. Most organizations are already compromised without even being aware of it

This is a loaded question. When organizations detect gaps in their security, they intuitively deploy a standalone product to fill that void. A solution filled with standalone products, however, will continue to have inherent gaps. To avoid these gaps in security, organizations need to take a holistic approach. This requires a multilayered, integrated security solution. Deploying a portfolio of products that can seamlessly work together is the best way to enhance security

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Advanced Persistent Threat

An APT is a cyber attack launched against a specific company, person or institution. These attacks are usually deployed by well-trained attackers using advanced technology, strategic tactics and the necessary (financial) resources. APTs are well-structured and complex.

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