Advanced Persistent Threats: Hunting the One Percent

May 28, 2019

What if a homeowner took a month to notice that a burglar was living in the extra bedroom? That seems unlikely, and yet, essentially that is often what happens when an advanced persistent threat (APT) infiltrates an enterprise. A 2018 Ponemon Institute study revealed that U.S. companies took an average of 197 days to detect an APT intrusion.1.

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Innovera is a leading IT security and IT continuity consulting shop in the Turkish territory. With offices in Istanbul and Ankara, Innovera provides services to a portfolio of enterprise customers. Focus verticals are banking, telecomms and large government agencies. Innovera annually runs SHIELD, Turkey's signature cyber security conference.

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whitePaper | September 15, 2022

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Innovera is a leading IT security and IT continuity consulting shop in the Turkish territory. With offices in Istanbul and Ankara, Innovera provides services to a portfolio of enterprise customers. Focus verticals are banking, telecomms and large government agencies. Innovera annually runs SHIELD, Turkey's signature cyber security conference.

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