You may think your existing security defenses prevent advanced cyber attacks from entering your network and stealing your data. They don't.

This third edition of the FireEye Advanced Threat Report provides a picture of the advanced threat landscape, and sheds light on the evolving nature of advanced malware and advanced persistent threat (APT) tactics. The data in this report comes from thousands of FireEye appliances deployed around the world as well as research from the FireEye Malware Intelligence Lab resulting in the industry’s most comprehensive view of advanced threats.

Download the complimentary FireEye Advanced Threat Report to find statistics and trends for the first half of 2012, including information on:

  • The extent to which an average organization is infected
  • The growth in advanced malware infections
  • How attacks vary by industry

The first half of 2012 saw explosive growth in advanced threats around the world.

Is your network secure?

Download the new FireEye Advanced Threat Report 1H 2012 to discover how advanced malware is on the rise.


The FireEye Advanced Threat Report for the first half of 2012 is based on research and trend analysis conducted by the FireEye Malware Intelligence Lab. This report is not intended to deliver tallies of the massive volumes of well-known malware and spam messages. Rather, this report is intended to complete the picture of the threat landscape by providing an analysis of the unknown threats, the advanced threats that are dynamic, stealthy, and successfully evading traditional security defenses such as firewalls, Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), Anti-Virus (AV) and gateways.

FireEye is in a unique position to illuminate this advanced cyber-attack activity. Hundreds of customers around the world have deployed the FireEye Malware Protection System (MPS)...

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