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The APT Series: APT Attack Process Infographic

Written by Robert Fitzsimons on Wednesday, 20 November 2019. Posted in Cyber

To wrap up our three part APT blog series we have created ‚Äčan infographic which shows the five stages of an APT attack, offering opportunity for identifcation. Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are complex and efficient cyber espionage campaigns, seeking to gain intelligence from Industry leaders and Critical National Infrastructure. Using the latest tools, with strong threat intelligence, continual testing and a strong human firewall are all key elements to making sure you stay one step ahead of APT groups.

If you missed out on our blog series you can read them here:

APT Series Part 1: What is an Advanced Persistent Threat?

APT Series Part 2: APT 33

APT Series Part 3: The future of Adavnced Persistent Threats

APT Infographic

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About the Author

Robert Fitzsimons

Robert Fitzsimons

Rob is a Field Applications Engineer with a background in Military Intelligence who recently completed his BSc (Hons) Intelligence and Cyber Security degree.

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