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How to Enable Real-Time Threat Protection

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Rethink your next network security deployment

Enterprises can no longer act on the assumption that they can keep threats out, and the focus must shift to security architectures for detecting malware and threats within the organization, and responding to mitigate risk.

But doing this requires far deeper insight and great coverage across the infrastructure than traditionally feasible, demanding a new model for deploying security solutions.

Access this white paper to learn how a structured and architectural approach to pervasive network visibility gives security solutions access while enabling them to scale cost effectively. Learn the benefits of this new approach to security deployments, as well as the anatomy of the advanced persistent threats you must battle.

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