Server Data is the Main Target for Advanced Persistent Threats

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Cybercrime continues to make headlines but the nature of the attacks is changing. Within a few weeks of each other in early 2013, The New York Times, Apple, Twitter and other high-profile organizations openly admitted to significant data breaches. However, the nature of cyberattacks is changing. Threats have become more frequent and insidious, and the cloud and Big Data have added new risks.

This white paper discusses why the old data security model no longer works, the inherent risks of APTs and why perimeter defenses alone are not sufficient to safeguard organizations against the current generation of security threats.

Read this paper to learn more about:

  • The benefits of a data-centric security model
  • New data security protection strategies and best practices
  • Why data security automation has become a requirement in the cloud

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