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July 18, 2011
The Next Generation Cyberthreat
By Joe Purcell
Traditional defenses against malware have been rendered ineffective. Corporations are being breached on a daily basis, and major ones weekly. A FireEye whitepaper states that the average per-incident cost of a breach was $7.2 million in 2010. The next generation cyberthreat is here.

Signature-based malware protection will no longer suffice. Data signatures for advanced malware aren't consistent enough to find patterns. These new threats, as outlined in a FireEye white paper, use "techniques like camouflage, multi-stage packaging, targeting and other advanced persistent threat (APT) tactics."

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