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Deep Freeze Enterprise 8.5 is Now Available

We’re happy to announce the release of Deep Freeze Enterprise 8.5. In this latest version, we've added several new enhancements and features. With Deep Freeze Enterprise 8.5, you can  

1. Add ThawSpaces on the Fly

A reinstallation of Deep Freeze is no longer needs to add a new ThawSpace - ThawSpaces can be configured at any ...

Safeguarding Data : How Ransomware Can Affect the Master Boot Record (MBR)

Ransomware is becoming one of the most dangerous cyber attack methods that businesses face, as well as the most lucrative for cyber criminals. Hackers are beginning to target organizations of all sizes to infect more networks and yield a bigger payday. In fact, businesses in 10 states experienced a 500 percent boost in ransomware attacks, Small Bus...

Data Security : 4 Cost-effective Measures for SMBs to Secure Their Business Data

Small and medium-sized businesses can no longer afford to take data security threats lightly, and believe that they won't be affected by data breaches. While there are certainly bigger fish out there that hackers can fry, SMBs are actually becoming more attractive targets due to the general lack of protection put in place. According to Inc contribu...

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...