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AVT vs APT: the revenge of the acronyms

Start-up company Triumfant has been warning about the new AVT (advanced volatile threat), which is “a more sophisticated and dangerous attack vector” than your average common or garden APT.

Really? OMG, that’s some threat. But is it really for real? Is it really VB, or just NVG? And what about AV?

I did a guest blog for Lumension where I try to put the new volatile threat into context. So keep calm and carry on over to Lumension: Advanced Volatile Threat – Is an Old Threat the New New Threat?

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