How strange behaviour can be a warning sign of something worse

If you notice something out of the ordinary with your technology, check it out. It could be the first sign of a cyber-attack, writes Quinton O’Reilly

10th June, 2018
Michael Conway, director, Renaissance

The traditional methods of antivirus and firewalls haven’t cut it for a long time, so the focus is on something a little different: behaviour.

The threat landscape is changing to the point that what businesses believed were effective ways of protection just don’t cut it any longer.

The days of using an antivirus are long gone and the number of technical solutions that are emerging will focus on a different type...

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