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APT

AntiPlatelet Trialists. A meta-analysis of 145 prospective controlled trials of antiplatelet therapy administered post myocardial infarction, stroke, or TIA, or given to patients with a positive cardiovascular history (vascular surgery, angioplasty, angina, etc).
Conclusion ±25% reduction in each category, and a trend toward decreased risk with aspirin doses of ≤325 mg/day.

apperceptive personality test

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APT

A test used to assess attitudes, moods, and perceptions. The person tested examines a series of images and is asked to construct a story about each of them.
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The advanced persistent threat protection market comprises key players such as Symantec, Trend Micro, FireEye, Fortinet, Intel Security, and Blue Coat Systems.
"Tackling advanced persistent threats means giving up the idea that it's possible to protect everything.
Advanced Persistent Threats (APT) are targeted attacks, often organised by nation-states, designed to either damage or steal sensitive information.
This robust application is built on the powerful NarusInsight Traffic Intelligence system and is designed to provide network operators with an early-warning system for cyber attacks such as advanced persistent threats. This highly anticipated release provides unprecedented visibility into the network, real-time traffic baselining, pinpoint alerting and continuous monitoring using patented adaptive anomaly detection engines.
To defend against those, although patches don't help, but technologies such as Automatic Exploit Prevention and DefaultDeny can be quite effective fighting advanced persistent threats", said Costin Raiu, Director of Global Research & Analysis Team at Kaspersky Lab.
In addition to expanding awareness about the risks associated with cyber espionage or advanced persistent threat (APT)-type attacks, internal threats still represent a security challenge for many organisations today.
The centre will feature a trusted technology infrastructure, including a tested and accredited environment, supply chain integrity, and advanced persistent threat deterrence.
Its products are designed from the ground up to stop the kind of advanced malware used by cybercriminals and advanced persistent threat (APT) actors.

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