As cyber attacks grow increasingly targeted and customized for each target, enterprises are investing in technologies that automate attack protection against targeted attacks.

The process by which sophisticated cyber attackers go through to execute a successful attack is called the attack lifecycle.

Antivirus (anti-virus) software is a class of program that will prevent, detect and remediate malware infections on individual computing devices and IT systems.

Advanced persistent threat [APT] is a military term adapted into the information security context that refers to attacks carried out by nation-states. [1] APT-related threats are created by a group of developers using in-house tools that are not usually found in the cybercriminal underground.

Endpoint protection is a term often used interchangeably with endpoint security. Endpoint protection is often used to describe security solutions that address endpoint security issues, securing and protecting endpoints against zero-day exploits, attacks, and inadvertent data leakage resulting from human error.

Karen Penn oversees all human resources functions for Endgame.  She has more than 20 years of leadership experience in human resources & talent management, diversity & inclusion, ethics & compliance and employment law in a cross-section of companies including Global Computer Enterprises (GCE, Inc.), BAE Systems, Sodexo, SAIC, Lockheed Martin, and MCI.  Prior to Endgame, Karen was a consultant with TPO, Inc., a firm providing outsourced and strategic Human Resources consulting services.