Busting nine myths about file-based threats

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Security teams drowning in a sea of alert fatigue because of users' activity. Uploading files, downloading reports, and editing collaborative files can result in incident response workloads and false positives. 

Despite the widespread usage of SSL technology, users still download files that contain hidden ransomware, malware, and spyware. Irritating grayware and adware can spread easily because some users strongly believe that the security features they have in place are effective. 

This whitepaper from Zscaler shares eight file-based threat myths IT leaders should be wary of and it offers an explanation of how to protect your organization from these same threats. 

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