Advanced Persistent Threats Protection

Advanced Persistent Threats

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are increasing in volume and sophistication. These polymorphic attacks can remain dormant for days/weeks and re-arm at a later time to perform reconnaissance. APTs are self-adapting and can circumvent traditional security mechanism, this style of attack is becoming common to carry out sponsored espionage resulting in unrecoverable damages.

Traditional methods of detecting and preventing APTs involve several challenges:
  • Lack of visibility and context of threat trails – Significantly delays incident response and containment
  • Multiple advanced threat protection solutions – Expensive, reactive, complicated to use and integrate
  • Recurrence of lateral attacks – Known vulnerabilities, backdoors or exposed IPs


Rapid incident response and containment

Disrupt advanced persistent threats at the initial attack surface

Use Case
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