Many organizations struggle with detection and incident response skills, processes, and technologies. Identifying the source and scope of an attack typically requires manual analysis of the breach. To help address attacks that have infiltrated the network, dynamic malware analysis or ‘sandboxing,’ tools were developed to analyze suspicious malware samples in a safe environment.
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- Where sandboxing technology stands today
- Why it fails to meet the needs of organizations
- What’s needed for effective malware analysis