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After a security monitoring tool identifies a malware attachment entering the network, what is the benefit of performing a retrospective analysis?

  • A retrospective analysis can help in tracking the behavior of the malware from the identification point forward.
  • It can identify how the malware originally entered the network.
  • It can determine which network host was first affected.
  • It can calculate the probability of a future incident.
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General security monitoring can identify when a malware attachment enters a network and which host is first infected. Retrospective analysis takes the next step and is the tracking of the behavior of the malware from that point forward.

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