If your company owns an appliance sandbox, you clearly have an advanced threat prevention strategy. Most mature companies do, and it’s no doubt the one type of attack that causes your c-suite to lose the most sleep. Nothing can strike more fear into a security organization than the lurking possibility of a chart-topping breach.
But when it comes to stopping the next zero-day, is your current sandbox up to the task? While traditional sandboxing is incredibly powerful, understanding where it excels and where it falls short is the first step to improving your company’s ability to stop threats.
On the following pages, we’ll present the top security gaps in your sandboxing appliance, and show you how to fill them.