Hackers constantly modify their strategies and techniques to evade detection and reach corporate resources.
Zero-day and advanced persistent threats use the element of surprise to bypass traditional security, making these threats difficult to protect against—and very popular with hackers. Traditional sandboxing was designed to help with these types of threats, but cybercriminals have evolved their techniques, creating evasive malware that can avoid detection by many sandbox solutions. As a result, many organizations find themselves taking reactive steps to counteract infection, rather than preventing it in the first place.
To get ahead, enterprises need a multi-faceted prevention strategy that combines proactive protection that eliminates threats before they reach users, and state-of-the-art CPU-level exploit detection to expose even the most highly camouflaged threats.
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OpenShift by Red Hat brings the benefits of Platform-as-a-Service to the enterprise in the form of an on-premise software product deployable in data-centers or private clouds. Utilizing OpenShift, customers can realize improvements in developer productivity, operational efficiency and hardware utilization. Review of OpenShift projects and main practical outcomes.