Looking Behind The Attacks: The Top 3 Attack Vectors to Understand in 2015


We saw an unprecedented number of high profile cyber-attacks and malware infections reported in 2014 – Target, Snapchat, eBay and Adobe (to name a few). This has brought cyber security much more into focus, not only for c-level executives and cyber security analysts, but also for world leaders. The complexity of these attacks and the frequency that we saw in 2014, begs the question what does 2015 hold?

In this whitepaper our security experts look behind the attacks and highlight the key elements that malware, advanced persistent threats (APT) and other cyber-attacks typically use to infiltrate networks and how businesses like yours, can protect their valuable assets and data.

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About Vanessa Cardwell

I'm a marketing communications professional working within the technology industry for a great reseller called Network Utilities. Network Utilities (Systems) Ltd have been providing identity centric network and security solutions to organisations ranging from Telecoms and ISPs to large corporates and SMEs for over twenty years. Partnering closely with both industry leading and niche technology vendors to bring customers the best solutions the industry has to offer. I communicate every day with our customers & prospects to keep them up to date on the latest industry news and information on the products and solutions from our portfolio and I'm motivated by any new marketing techniques and methods we can use to do this. There's lots of great content posted regularly on our blog to help organisations like yours find the right IT security solution for you and your business. You can stay up to date by: • Following us on twitter @networkutils • Visiting our website www.netutils.com • Following our blog https://netutilsblog.com/

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