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Video Download: Hiding in Plain Sight - What’s Really Happening on Your Network

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Today’s cyber threats hide in plain sight amidst your network traffic, making them nearly impossible to defend against. These advanced threats use applications as their infiltration vector, exhibit application-like evasion tactics and they leverage commonly used network applications for exfiltration.

Watch this on-demand webinar where we analyze the intertwined relationship between cyber attacks and applications based on recent data collected from over 1,499 networks in Europe, the Middle East, South Africa, Russia and the Baltics.

This session will cover how to defend your network from advanced threats and which applications:

  • Are the most common threat vectors 
  • Are the most vulnerable or used to mask malware activity 
  • Are capable of using SSL

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