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When Antivirus Fails, All Is Not Lost
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6/6/2012 | 3:55:18 AM
re: When Antivirus Fails, All Is Not Lost
As youGve said, application whitelisting is not a foolproof method for ensuring corporate data is protected. The fact remains that Flame breached the network perimeter and was able to compromise the targeted systems even though Bit9 blocked the Flame .exe drop. Because APTs like this one tend to fly low and slow under the radar, itGs unlikely most enterprises will be able to keep them at bay. Companies canGt simply lock the door, they need to classify their most valuable data, then apply access controls, data leak monitoring, and encryption.-
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