The steady parade of attacks disclosed in 2014 has made it abundantly clear that current security efforts and checkbox compliance aren’t sufficient for data protection. In a new survey commissioned by McAfee, part of Intel Security, 74% of respondents remain highly concerned about their ability to handle targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs). Over half of respondents had investigated 11 or more targeted attacks in the previous year.
Despite the furor, or perhaps because of it, it’s not always easy to tell where to invest for results and peace of mind. To turn fear, uncertainty, and doubt into a prescription for proactive attack prevention, McAfee commissioned Evalueserve to perform a health check on organizational abilities to deal with advanced and targeted attacks. We also collected best practice guidance based on incident response data and penetration tests performed at enterprise sites by Foundstone Professional Services experts.
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