NTT Security presents an advanced threat protection method in this white paper by mapping the advanced persistent threat defensive techniques presented in the SANS 20 Critical Security Controls to the attack phases described in the Cyber Kill Chain.*
This advanced threat defense paper doesn’t provide a plan to stop advanced threats – because that simply isn’t possible. As the cyber kill chain concept demonstrates, gaining entry is only part of the attack cycle. If an organization is compromised but can detect the compromise before critical data is exfiltrated, the attack’s impact can be minimized. Organizations should create as many opportunities as possible to detect an advanced persistent attack (APT), both before and after an attacker has gained access.
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