According to a recent survey from FortiGuard Lab, most advanced persistent threats are developed by nation states for the purpose of espionage.

But how do we know nation-states are really behind APTs?

Listen to Episode 88 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Dwayne Melançon and Tim Erlin discuss the difference between APTs and “smash and grab” attacks, why there’s a start-up mentality emerging in the cybercrime world, and what enterprises should be doing to protect themselves.

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