When are “point-in-time detection technologies” considered useless?

When are “point-in-time detection technologies” considered useless?

Question:

When are “point-in-time detection technologies” considered useless?

Options:

after the attacker has compromised the Internet-facing firewall appliance

when a malicious file is not caught, or is self-morphing after entering the environment

when the IPS appliance detects an anomaly.

when forensics are performed on the malicious payload to ascertain its origin and attack behaviors

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

when a malicious file is not caught, or is self-morphing after entering the environment

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