by Blue Coat
Authored on: Apr 29, 2014
Download Malware authors are clever and persistent. More than 200,000 new malware samples are uncovered every day.1 And new malware attacks are often successful: 90% of companies reported a security breach in the last 24 months, according to the 2013 Ponemon Report. Layered defenses can block the "known bad," but malware continues to slip through. Today, you must also analyze and defend against "unknown" files and URLs with dynamic sandboxing. It's the only way to methodically unmask zero-day exploits, advanced persistent threats, and advanced targeted attacks. So what should you look for in dynamic sandboxing technology? Here's the short list.