Defeating the Targeted Threat - Bolstering Defenses with a Sandbox Solution

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Download Keeping threats away from your network is a critical first line of defense. A sandbox automatically isolates files to determine if they're safe, providing an instant additional layer of detection and protection. For many companies, these advanced technologies are too expensive and require additional security expertise to implement and monitor them.

The good news is new solutions are changing this by providing all businesses access to next-generation sandboxes that are affordable and simple to deploy.

Download this whitepaper to help answer questions including: Why don't my conventional defenses protect me from APT s, and how do I choose the right sandbox?

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