Introduction

Targeted threats (also known as Advanced Persistent Threats, or APTs) follow a fairly well-defined framework for success. An APT is more of a methodology used by attackers, rather than a piece of malware that ends up on an endpoint. No matter what group is behind these targeted attacks, their exploitation techniques follow a predictable pattern. For organizations to protect themselves from these targeted threats, we have developed this site, complete with actionable resources, to provide you with prescriptive guidance and a defense framework.