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Concerned about NY Times type malware attack? Read this research.

by Lawrence Pingree  |  January 31, 2013  |  1 Comment

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)

Category: security  

Lawrence Pingree
Research Director
6+ years with Gartner
19 years industry experience

Lawrence Pingree is a Research Director in Gartner's Security Technology and Service provider group. His responsibilities include providing critical insights to both end users and technology providers. He closely tracks the information security markets, technologies, technology and adoption trends, and competitive market dynamics.… Read Full Bio

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