Modern malware now masks itself to evade detection. It hides by piggybacking or misusing
legitimate applications. It recognizes when it’s being analyzed in a sandbox and delays execution,
waiting. For security teams, it all adds up to three big problems.
- Too many threats get through to endpoints: As more malware finds its way past
frontline defenses, security teams grapple with constant network infections and a
looming threat of serious damage to the organization.
- Detection and remediation are too slow: Too many “patient zero” endpoints are lost
to previously unknown malware, creating frustration for users and a huge remediation
effort for IT.
- Too many resources are needed to stop threats and infections: Organizations now use
multiple point solutions to stop a wide range of attack types and vectors. Too often, that
translates to overwhelming noise and complexity as security teams juggle multiple tools
and interfaces that don’t talk to each other, trying to manually connect the dots.