Breaking the Attack Chain
79% of businesses surveyed suffered a security-related breach in the previous 12 months. In this infographic see how Malwarebytes defeats multiple attack chains with seven different technologies.
Malwarebytes combines seven distinct but complementary technologies to break attack chains, from pre-execution through post-execution.
The State of Ransomware among SMBs
Ransomware is being covered in the media more frequently with the recent attacks, but what impact does this have on SMBs?
This report, conducted by Osterman Research and sponsored by Malwarebytes, presents the findings on ransomware and other critical security issues from more than 1,000 small and medium-sized organizations surveyed in June 2017. Here’s what we discovered.
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’
Real-time threats require real-time defences.
A discussion of present threat trends and the practical challenges of the application of security best practice in the real world.
The last year in particular has seen turmoil in western politics, allegedly aided and abetted at times by nation
states. These states have often been unwelcome at the establishment table and have used cyber-attacks to simply kick it over.
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.
Understanding the Depth of the Global Ransomware Problem
Ransomware has become one of the biggest cyber security threats in the world, with instances of ransomware in exploit kits increasing about 44% in the last six months. According to FBI statistics, hackers extorted business and institutions for more than $209 million in ransomware payments in the first three months of 2016.
Through an exclusive survey with Osterman Research of more than 500 CIOs, CISOs and IT Directors in the U.S., Canada, Germany and the U.K., Malwarebytes is dedicated to helping businesses prevent ransomware. This report explains in more detail the depth of this threat.
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.
2017 State of Malware Study
We understand that to position yourself as a credible security partner to your customers and prospects, it’s important for you to stay relevant and contextual in your approach.
If your customers are UK based, then you have the perfect opportunity to position why 2016 was the year when the headlines finally caught up with the hype.
In the UK, the latest statistics show that we are:
• The 3rd European country with the most ransomware detections
• The 2nd most targeted country in Europe for all types of malware
The need to be vigilant is hardly going to be news to your customers but helping them to understand the current risk and trends as they stand today, presents clear value to them.
Read more and download the 2017 State of Malware Report here to understand the challenges your customers are facing.
The Business Case for Layered Security
Many IT security experts understand the benefits of a layered security model. Instead of employing discrete tools such as anti-virus software, intrusion detection systems, and firewalls, it takes an integrated approach to managing these technologies, augmented with other techniques.
But gaining approval for funding layered security can be difficult, given existing budgetary constraints. IT security teams need to build a structured and well-argued business case to secure additional investment.
Why layered security is important
Did you know 69% of respondents said the severity of malware incidents has increased in the last year and 60% of the time, attackers are able to compromise an organisation within minutes.
Within this infographic discover what layered security is and why it is important for your organisation to adopt. Find out what the latest challenge are, where the holes are in your defense and what layers you need.
‘Is Anti-Virus Dead?’
To help open doors, we’re pleased to present “Is Anti-virus dead?”, a thought leadership piece written by Malwarebytes created for you to share with your prospects and clients.
Position it well, and it’ll be the perfect conversation opener regarding why a layered approach to security dramatically reduces the likelihood of a successful cyber-attack.