Browsers as entry points for cyberattacks

A proactive approach to sustainable security implementation

Malicious software often reaches the network via a browser or the website. Active content such as Flash, Java, JavaScript, ActiveX or HTML 5 are particularly problematic. External, external code is executed on the PC, on the user's own operating system and thus in the data infrastructure. R&S®Browser in the Box can help here.

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  • What is the biggest vulnerability in the corporate network?
  • Previous approaches to countering threats
  • Paradigm shift through proactive security

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