APT Protection via Data-Centric Security

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The APT tornado is getting larger and gathering speed, and we're all in its path of destruction.

Things like perimeter security and simple encryption don’t cut it; perimeter security is irrelevant when barbarians are inside and simple encryption gives a false sense of security because it lacks the policy control to protect against privileged user exploitation.

Moreover, while many believe compliance = safety, it doesn't. "Check box" security may give comfort, but like a placebo, it offer no real protection against cyber attacks.

As the APT landscape evolves, the risk to valuable data is always present. Enterprises must take a data-centric protection approach, adding defense layers around the very thing that matters…sensitive data.



Sol Cates

CSO, Vormetric

    Alea Fairchild

    Research Fellow, The Constantia Institute

      Tony Lock

      Programme Director, Freeform Dynamics

        Stephen Pritchard

        Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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