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With a clear separation in the market among the considered vendors, the newest Gartner Magic Quadrant for EPP, showcases 4 Datashield partners who are leading in this space.
Ransomware is a form of malware cybercriminals use to encrypt data stored in computers or online servers. Cybercriminals demand payment to release the encryption key blocking the user from accessing the encrypted data. Payment is typically made through diverse mediums, including digital currency like Bitcoin. Once payment has been made, the victim is generally provided with instructions on decrypting their data.
Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, formerly known as Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection, provides enterprise-level protection to endpoints to prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to advanced threats.
At Datashield, we pride ourselves on our ability to protect our clients, especially during the pandemic. Our security experts have compiled a list of the top five tips for those looking to increase their security in a remote work environment.
SentinelOne’s cloud Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) not only provides advanced alerting and threat detection but also provides security reporting and compliance for PCI DSS, HITECH Act and HIPAA.
SentinelOne’s endpoint detection and response product is known as the Singularity Platform. It is a leading cloud endpoint protection platform (EPP) suitable for organizations small and large without compromising quality.
Ransomware remains a top concern for organizations across industries. Modern attackers are utilizing easily accessible and increasingly affordable ransomware kits and creating fileless attacks. Additionally, ransomware programs are becoming more sophisticated and harder to dismantle once deployed.
Traditional anti-virus software is no longer a comprehensive solution for businesses. Malware now outpaces many anti-virus programs. The Dark Web and malicious actors can now spin up and sell complex attack kits, making them exceedingly common yet hard to catalog.
The full interview with Jeff Marshall, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Datashield. The interview is around the recent shift to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics of the interview include the marketing hype, addressing a remote workforce and moving forward with the Coronavirus implications.