Why You Need Sandboxing

Why You Need Sandboxing

The term sandboxing has long been used to represent a safe, isolated environment in which to run malicious code so researchers can analyze it. Now the same concept is now being applied by network security appliances to execute and inspect network traffic, uncovering malicious code that would previously slip past traditional security measures.

Download this white paper to learn:

  • How Advanced Persistent Attacks operate;
  • Why Sandboxing should be a key part of your security strategy;
  • How to achieve 99% effective Breach Detection and deliver those results within one minute most of the time.

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