Introducing Check Point SandBlast Zero-Day Protection

 
Cyber threats are continuing to evolve, and hackers are finding new ways to hide malware inside emailed documents, on websites as “drive by” exploits or in downloadable content. Many attacks begin by exploiting known vulnerabilities and modifying malware to have unrecognizable signatures to evade traditional security measures. By creating these new, unknown variants, hackers aim to avoid detection by signature-based security solutions, to breach the network and steal critical information.   This is where sandboxing has been focused. However, as more organizations have deployed these products, hackers have turned to numerous techniques to avoid detection. By checking to see if ...