APT – Advanced Persistent Threat: More commonly described as a set of covert and constant computer backing processes, often coordinated by hackers targeting a specific entity. An APT usually has a business or political motive beh“ind their actions.
ACL – Access Control List: Who and what you allow or deny a user with in your network to operate.
ATD – Advanced Threat Defense: This allows companies to detect complex, intentional attacks in order to evaluate and take immediate or necessary action.
For more information, contact your team of experts at INFO-TEK. Also, be on the lookout for part 2 in the series The ABC’s of Cyber Security.