What Cyber Threats are Lurking on Your Network? Infocyte Answers in 3 Minutes

On average globally it takes an enterprise 169 days to discover malware; and 469 days in EMEA.

Why? Attackers are often resident inside a network for months, sometimes years, before being detected using malware to infect endpoints. It lies dormant for a period of time before being activated and launching its attack. This breach detection gap – the time it takes from execution to discovery – is putting you at risk.

In just 3 minutes learn how Infocyte HUNT allows you to proactively discover active or dormant malware and persistent threats that have successfully evaded existing defenses – all without a forensics specialist.

Watch the video to get a glance into what Infocyte can do to improve your security posture.

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