Introducing SaviorLabs Endpoint Security!
For business like yours, endpoint protection has become less of an option and more of necessity. That’s because of the frequency and severity with which malware is disrupting your businesses’ ability to operate, as revealed in a recent Denver Post article.
- 62% of all cyberattacks — approximately 4,000 per day — strike businesses like yours
- The average cost of cleaning up after a cyberattack is $690,000 for a small business and over $1 million for a medium-sized business
- 60% of small businesses go out of business within six months of a cyberattack
Endpoints provide a growing and inviting path of entry to your network
Endpoints are the devices that have access to a network. Today, those devices include laptops, tablets, mobile phones and other devices that can be connected to the network via LAN, Wi-Fi or virtual private network (VPN).
Mobile endpoints are especially at risk because they often are used when not connected to the company’s network. Once disconnected from your network security services, unprotected endpoints become more susceptible to malware attack from a home network, USB ports, email or a seemingly innocent web download.
Malware keeps becoming harder to detect
Malware works like an explosive device that can hide somewhere indefinitely, perfectly harmless until a trigger sets it off. Frequently, the trigger is an unsuspicious-looking link in an email or an inviting freeware download. You don’t see it coming, and then — BOOM!
Sophisticated malware plays havoc with endpoints and their networks in several ways.
- Sending emails to everyone in your directory with a link that will download malware on their machines
- Getting into the boot directory so that malware launches every time the machine is turned on
- Making your files inaccessible until you pay a ransom
- Inserting Trojan Horses that steal your data
Most cyber threats have a software signature that good anti-malware can identify, enabling the security program to respond to the threat before the malware does any harm. As anti-malware software discovers new threats, it records the signatures in a file of malware definitions. Those definitions are the first line of defense against cyberattacks. But a definitions database doesn’t help if it’s not up to date.
Today’s most sophisticated malware masks its signature, making a definitions database useless. For these threats, only anti-malware that also responds to threatening behavior can provide full protection.
There is no sign that the evolution of malware sophistication will plateau. You need protection that responds as quickly as new threats are discovered.
SaviorLabs Endpoint Security offers the most rapidly responsive and comprehensive cybersecurity
SaviorLabs state-of-the-art endpoint protection will keep your network and your data safe in three critical ways.
- Recognize and respond to threats based on our continually updated signature database.
- Identify threatening software behaviors and activity.
- Protect your network from endpoint devices that have become infected (while off the network) by quarantining them as their users attempt to log on.
SaviorLabs Endpoint Security goes three giant steps beyond that protection.
- SaviorLabs Endpoint Security learns about new threats from global multivendor databases, not just threats identified by a particular vendor.
- SaviorLabs Endpoint Security is updated in real time, whenever a new threat definition or behavior is discovered. That means not having to manually download updates or wait for automated updates to occur. If the machine is online, its protection is up to date!
- New intelligence does not need to be distributed; it’s already there.
These three giant steps give SaviorLabs Endpoint Security a huge advantage over client-server-provided security. In a world where one innocuous can wipe out a business, you need the smartest and most responsive protection available: SaviorLabs Endpoint Security.
We’re here to help you get started!
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