The Ultimate Guide to Advanced Persistent Threat Protection
Most associated with industrial or political espionage (between opposing nations) Advanced Persistent Threats are characterized by stealth, persistence (the bad actor doesn’t let up), and a high degree of sophistication. A famous example is the Stuxnet attack targeting the Iranian nuclear program. Advanced Persistent Threat Protection is the specialised cybersecurity branch seeking to identify, prevent or mitigate these types of attack.
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