Intelligent Server Defense Counter Advanced Attacks with Both Network and Endpoint Security

August 1, 2019

The average employee operates in a world where mobile devices constantly interact with servers in data centers and in the cloud, sharing all manner of sensitive data as business is more often conducted outside the office than inside. This can leave an open attack path to an organization’s crown jewels: the data, customer information and intellectual property stored on their servers.

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Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes believes that when people and organizations are free from threats, they are free to thrive. Founded in 2008, Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski had one mission: to rid the world of malware. Today, that mission has expanded to provide cyberprotection for every one. Malwarebytes provides consumers and organizations with device protection, privacy, and prevention through effective, intuitive, and inclusive solutions in the home, on-the-go, at work, or on campus. A world-class team of threat researchers and security experts enable Malwarebytes to protect millions of customers and combat existing and never-before-seen threats using artificial intelligence and machine learning to catch new threats rapidly. With threat hunters and innovators across the world, the company is headquartered in California with offices in Europe and Asia.

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Cybersecurity challenges abound for organizations across the world. The tsunami of phishing attacks that threaten account compromise, data breaches and malware infection remains a critical threat to neutralize. Ransomware is a second critical threat, with a well-played ransomware attack capable of bringing an organization to a complete halt, and in some cases putting it out of business permanently (e.g., Travelex1 and Vastaamo2.

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Hackers have made healthcare a top target. As a result, the healthcare industry experienced the highest number of ransomware attacks during Q3 2022, with one in 42 healthcare organizations suffering an attack – in spite of an 8 percent drop in ransomware attacks in Q3.

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Post-Covid-19: Digital Transformation and OT Cyber Security in Asia

whitePaper | November 2, 2022

Digital transformation has been dramatically accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, requiring businesses and operations to quickly set up infrastructures to maintain business continuity. And no part of the network has been impacted more than the OT environment. New systems allow employees to operate from home and for equipment vendors to connect remotely to the network to maintain production. And as we emerge from the pandemic, organisations are now more cognisant of the advantages of scaling their business and operations beyond their traditional network perimeters than ever before.

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2022 Cyber Security Report

whitePaper | July 25, 2022

The past twelve months represents one of the most turbulent and disruptive periods on record, at least as far as security is concerned. As governments and businesses around the world continued to navigate the uncharted waters of a global pandemic, the so-called “new normal” still felt a long way off. Digital transformation efforts were dramatically accelerated as businesses embraced hybrid and remote working arrangements, but the same questions around security maturity that plagued many businesses in 2020 persisted through 2021.

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Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes believes that when people and organizations are free from threats, they are free to thrive. Founded in 2008, Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski had one mission: to rid the world of malware. Today, that mission has expanded to provide cyberprotection for every one. Malwarebytes provides consumers and organizations with device protection, privacy, and prevention through effective, intuitive, and inclusive solutions in the home, on-the-go, at work, or on campus. A world-class team of threat researchers and security experts enable Malwarebytes to protect millions of customers and combat existing and never-before-seen threats using artificial intelligence and machine learning to catch new threats rapidly. With threat hunters and innovators across the world, the company is headquartered in California with offices in Europe and Asia.

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