Russian cyberthreat

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April 18, 2018
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"With advances in AI-based threat behavior detection, we can spot in real-time the subtle signals attackers use for command-and-control communications to devices that have compromised firmware by looking for the attacker’s knocking signals hidden within legitimate communications," says Matt Walmsley, Vectra EMEA director.

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