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5 Failing Tools and Security Trends

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It is important to note that improving security is not a matter of simply trying harder. These challenges are not due to a lack of effort on the part of IT and security professionals. Additionally, new trends constantly surface that make it even more difficult for companies to protect their systems and data. For proof, consider the recent trends related to the rising use of encryption, the limitations of signature based malware detection, and the industry shift toward Bring Your Own Devices.

These trends present their own significant security challenges. Download this white paper to find out how this new trends can be used to exploit shortcomings in five of the most commonly used security tools.

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