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Network Security Sandboxes Driving Next-Generation Endpoint Security

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Jan 15, 2016.

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    Remember advanced persistent threats (APTs)? This term originated within the United States Air Force around 2006. In my opinion, it gained more widespread recognition after the Google “Operation Aurora” data breach first disclosed in 2010. This cyber-attack is attributed to groups associated with China’s People’s Liberation Army and impacted organizations like Adobe Systems, Juniper Networks, Northrop Grumman, Symantec, and Yahoo in addition to Google.

    APT visibility got another boost in 2013 when Mandiant released its now famous APT1 report documenting several cyber-attacks emanating from a PLA group known as Unit 61398.

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