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Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection finds and remediates 3 million infections every day. It addresses all stages of the attack chain, so you have unparalleled protection on your endpoints. This Malwarebytes Infographic identifies why Malwarebytes is trusted by millions.
Cybercrime tactics and techniques: Q2 2018 Report
New ransomware, VPNFilter attacks, compromised routers, and increases of zero-day attacks are all indicators that cybercriminals are redirecting their energy to more potentially dangerous attacks.
- Find out why the FBI is involved with VPNFilter attacks.
- Why Backdoor attacks have gone up 442%?
- How GDPR regulations increase the theft risk of Personal Identifiable Information (PII)?
- That cryptominers are moving on to Android and MAC but Windows systems still need to be vigilant.
Download the Cybercrime Tactics and Techniques: Q2 2018 Report to learn more.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection & Response
Breaches are inevitable. Remediation is essential.
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities aim to accelerate threat detection and reduce dwell time. Current EDR solutions identify a threat that has bypassed traditional protection, and a response is typically generated in the form of logs, alerts, and emails. A threat analyst then uses tools to evaluate the code, and the infected machines are reimaged.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and Response takes a different approach. By leveraging proprietary Linking Engine remediation and Ransomware Rollback, Malwarebytes goes beyond alerts and reimaging to fix the damage.
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Best Practices for Protecting Against Phishing, Ransomware and Email Fraud
Most organizations have been successfully infiltrated by phishing attempts, and a growing number are being hit by ransomware and other threats. The impacts of phishing, ransomware, BEC attacks and other threats can be devastating and, in some cases, can force a business to close its doors.
- How Will Phishing, Ransomware And Other Threats Change In 2018 And Beyond?
- What Security, Backup, Disaster Recovery And Other Solutions Should Organizations Deploy?
- What Role Does Security Awareness Training Play In Thwarting Phishing, Ransomware And Other Threats?
- What Are The Best Practices That Organizations Can Follow To Protect Their Users, Data And Finances?
State of Malware 2018 Predictions
It’s clear that ransomware was the tool of choice for attacking businesses in 2017. In 2018 cybercriminals will continue to use old threats in new ways and develop new threats to break into your network. Download this infographic to view the worldwide telemetry 2017, which includes the top 2017 threats and what Malwarebytes predict for 2018.
Managing modern threats
The cyber underworld is no longer about showing off. The motivation has switched to calculated money making and while media coverage of ransomware has increased, many firms are still unware of the danger they face until it’s too late”
In the blink of an eye, cyber-attacks have gone from being a nuisance to a strain on the wallets of businesses of all sizes, with ransomware making up 66 per cent of all exploits. Read this report covering a variety of topics around ransomware, such as ‘Keeping pace with change’ and ‘Opportunities for prevention’
EMEA Partner Programme Guide
At Malwarebytes, it is their relationship with their partners that has been key to their rapid growth as a company. With this in mind, they have designed the EMEA Partner Programme to be flexible, forward-looking and mutually beneficial.
Joining the EMEA Partner Programme will help you build your business. With tools and resources designed to increase your performance when selling Malwarebytes solutions, they will help you to close profitable opportunities whilst rewarding your success.
How to protect your business from ransomware
The media coverage around ransomware has increased considerably over recent weeks with the attacks on the NHS. Check out this quirky infographic created by Malwarebytes to help prevent these attacks on your organisation.
Take the proactive steps stated on the infographic to keep your company’s files from being held hostage.