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Decoding the ran$omware epidemic

Kane Lightowler, Managing Director, Asia Pacific & Japan, Carbon Black | June 24, 2016
Antivirus and other more traditional security tactics are simply not enough, and until businesses ramp up their defenses to meet the level of sophistication now found in cyberattacks, they will always be at risk of being the next victim of the ransomware epidemic.

Next Generation Endpoint Security (NGES) is a modern approach towards cyber security that has been specially developed to wrestle the increasingly sophisticated threat landscape. It adopts a proactive stance by continuously scanning, monitoring and collecting data from an organisation's endpoints. By recording an adversary's every move, security teams can immediately isolate and stop the spread of an attack.

Antivirus and other more traditional security tactics are simply not enough, and until businesses ramp up their defenses to meet the level of sophistication now found in cyberattacks, they will always be at risk of being the next victim of the ransomware epidemic.

 

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