For those of you reading the latest news about “Advanced Persistent Threats” (aka. Advanced Targeted Attacks) you’ll want to read through a few notes that Gartner has published on this topic. See the following and examine what you can do about it today:
– Best Practices for Mitigating Advanced Persistent Threats (Lawrence Pingree, Neil MacDonald)
– Market Trends: Advanced Threat Protection Appliances, Worldwide, 2012 (Lawrence Pingree)
– Competitive Landscape: Network Behavior Analysis Market, Worldwide, 2012 Lawrence Pingree)
– Malware, APTs, and the Challenges of Defense (Dan Blum)
– Information Security Is Becoming a Big Data Analytics Problem (Neil MacDonald)
– Network Security Monitoring Tools for ‘Lean Forward’ Security Programs (John Pescatore, Lawrence Orens)
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