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Def. Advanced persistent threat (APT) describes a type of cyberattack whereby a hacker successfully gains access to a system or network and remains there, undetected, for a long period of time. This type of attack often aims to steal user data.

Advanced persistent threats can result in large, costly information security and data breaches due to their ability to fly under the radar. One of the best ways to protect your organisation against APTs is by using a strong and reliable security tool with powerful DLP capabilities to stop attackers in their tracks.

 

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