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Malware-Induced Downtime: 4 Ways to  Protect Critical Systems

Malware use is on the rise, with 323,000 new strains identified per day, according to one industry estimate. Hackers are increasingly offering mass production of malware and tailored cyber criminal services to earn more money and develop techniques that will avoid detection for longer periods of time. While organizations can certainly patch their v...

Threat Detection and Response : 5 Things You Need To Know About TDR Measures

Cyber security has become one of the biggest threats modern businesses face today. The number of data breaches in the U.S. hit an all-time high last year with 1,093 incidents reported, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. This marked a 40 percent increase over breaches experienced in 2015. The rising quantity of attacks isn't expected t...

Ransomware Attacks can be a Costly Proposition for SMBs

Nearly half of surveyed organizations experienced a ransomware attack in 2016, according to a study by Osterman Research. In March of that year alone, 56,000 ransomware infections plagued unsuspecting businesses. So far, 2017 has been another big year for ransomware attacks. WannaCry and NotPetya both impacted thousands of companies and users with ...

Enterprise Endpoint Security : 5 Warning Signs of a Possible Malware Breach

Malware has been around for decades, but the strains that current technology users face are considerably different from those seen years ago. According to industry research, new malware specimen emerged every 4.6 seconds in 2016; in the first quarter of 2017, it occurred at 4.2 seconds. In 2014 when massive malware attacks like Heartbleed rocked th...

Threat Focus : Why is the Blank Slate Malspam Still a Threat?

Organizations use email every day to send and receive information, track activities and other essential tasks. However, this communication method isn't as safe as users might believe. Email is currently the number one delivery vehicle for malware, ransomware and other malicious breach techniques. Hackers can send out an infinite...