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.



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Sol Cates

CSO, Vormetric

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Alea Fairchild

Research Fellow, The Constantia Institute

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Tony Lock

Programme Director, Freeform Dynamics

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

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