November 08, 2012

Why Targeted APT and Advanced Malware Attacks Evade Anti-Virus Software

Targeted APT and advanced malware attacks leverage social engineering techniques to compromise those individuals already on the inside. The objective of these attacks is clear: identify and compromise specific individuals within an organization to obtain high-value data.

Are your employees unknowing victims of advanced malware? How do advanced malware and targeted APT attacks bypass traditional security defenses like anti-virus software?

This November 14th webinar, presented by Imperva's Director of Security Strategy, Rob Rachwald, will:

  • Discuss the rise in advanced malware and targeted APT attacks
  • Highlight why anti-virus software is powerless against sophisticated attacks
  • Provide mitigation strategies for the compromised organization


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