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  • APT1: Exposing One of China’s Cyber Espionage Units

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    The Mandiant® Intelligence Center™ released an unprecedented report exposing APT1’s multi-year, enterprise-scale computer espionage More campaign. APT1 is one of dozens of threat groups Mandiant tracks around the world and we consider it to be one of the most prolific in terms of...

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  • M-Trends® 2014: Beyond the Breach

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    Mandiant’s annual threat report, reveals key insights, statistics and case studies illustrating how the tools and tactics of advanced persistent threat (APT) actors have evolved over the last year.

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  • M-Trends® 2013: Attack the Security Gap™

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    Mandiant’s annual threat report, reveals evolving trends, case studies and best practices gained from Mandiant observations to targeted attacks in the last year. The report, compiled from hundreds of Mandiant advanced threat investigations, also includes an overview of the APT1 threat actor...

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  • An Ounce of Prevention

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    Mandiant analysts are observing a disturbing trend of attacks instigated through web application vulnerabilities. While we talk a lot about reducing the time between detection of incidents and remediation, one way to Attack the Security Gap™ is to prevent holes in the first place.

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  • M-Trends® 2012: An Evolving Threat

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    Mandiant’s annual threat report, reveals key insights, statistics and case studies illustrating how the tools and tactics of advanced targeted attackers, including the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), have evolved over the last year.

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  • M-Trends® 2011: When Prevention Fails

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    In 2010, Mandiant's first M-Trends report detailed how the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) successfully compromised its victims. Today (2011), the attackers continue to expand their targets and innovate their techniques.

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  • M-Trends® 2010: The Advanced Persistent Threat

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    This inaugural M-Trends report details threat intelligence learned while conducting intrusion investigations for the U.S. government, the defense industrial base, and commercial organizations.

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