@nytimesbits great article by @nicoleperlroth. Thank you for the mention! #ibmsecurity
RT @nytimesbits: Middle Eastern Petrochemical Plants Are Targets of Hackers http://t.co/9LhVbEqx3g
An executive guide to embracing innovation with confidence - http://t.co/PlHBIrMfZY #infosec #CIO
[BREAKING] Massively Distributed Citadel Malware Targets Middle Eastern Petrochemical Orgs - http://t.co/3GnJswIX5S http://t.co/wAhjDUEss3
10 Security Essentials Every CIO Needs to Know - http://t.co/PlHBIrMfZY #infosec
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Cyber attacks are growing every day and become serious threats to your organization, but how do you know and understand the threats out there? Download a copy of this book to discover the zero-day exploits and threats used to compromise your enterprise. Start reading Stopping Zero-Day Exploits For DummiesTrusteer Special Edition, today!

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Zero-day malware attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs) are growing, serious threats to organizations. Cybercriminal organizations seem to be more motivated (and more skilled) every day. Malware’s advanced evasion techniques are making detection solutions ineffective for preventing infections. Advanced information-stealing malware utilizes ever-advancing techniques for exploiting application vulnerabilities, infecting targeted endpoints, and stealing information.

Most security experts today agree that threat detection is no longer the answer. Traditional detection systems are declining in effectiveness. Anti-malware programs block only a minority of malware. Despite improvements in endpoint deployment tools and patch management processes, most organizations still take weeks or longer to deploy critical security patches. And cybercriminals continually develop new methods for bypassing detection rules.

This book discusses zero-day exploits and additional threats that are used to compromise enterprise endpoints and enable APTs and targeted attacks. It describes a promising new technology called Stateful Application Control, which provides effective yet transparent protection to enterprise endpoints.

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