AppGuard empowers MSSPs to provide better protection for customers with less effort and less stress. Using a ‘prevention without detection’ approach, AppGuard protects organizations from cyberattacks by disrupting malware activity from causing harm, without needing to identify malware. Instead, it protects against malware’s intended effects, regardless of the form malware takes, even as it evolves. With AppGuard in your arsenal, customers can do what they need to do, and malware will be prevented from doing what it wants to do.
Consumers and small businesses are targeted by attackers more than ever. Hackers are opportunistic. They realize small businesses and consumers often lack the tools and techniques to protect against harm, providing easy routes to bank accounts, customer data, patents, confidential health information, and more. Hackers easily bypass traditional antivirus solutions and realize small businesses cannot support complicated and expensive tools, and are likely to cave to hacker threats, particularly ransomware, since not paying ransom means shutting down the business.
While most cybersecurity weaknesses involve technology, cybersecurity is ultimately a people problem. The human element exposes an enterprise to risks, undermines the effectiveness of technology, yet it can also mitigate what technology cannot. Some cyber problems are best dealt with human solutions or at least consideration for the human condition.
We are providing ten pro tips for mitigating security gaps. This will help alleviate workloads and pressure from many layers of your cyber program.
ABC Corporation (ABC Corp.), a large enterprise, engaged AppGuard, LLC (AppGuard), to determine if the Enterprise product patented by AppGuard would help strengthen their cybersecurity posture. In this technical deep dive whitepaper, we have outlined how AppGuard Enterprise aligns with the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, Lockheed Martin’s Cyber Kill Chain® and the MITRE ATT&CK Framework. As part of the threat assessment, we provided specific recommendations for each element of the cybersecurity stack, and how to optimize their cyber defense while reducing their overall cost.
A novel virus named COVID-19 is rapidly spreading across the globe. Cybercriminals have already started leveraging the fear connected with COVID-19 pandemic as a tool to spread misinformation, steal passwords, data, and harm critical infrastructure.
Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Office provides public safety services to 16 townships in Minnesota, covering 576 miles within the White Earth Indian Reservation. The Office consists of 14 full-time deputies who respond to a variety of emergencies, handling inbound 9-1-1 calls and investigating criminal activity.
Support for Windows 7 ended in January 2020. After January 14, 2020, Microsoft no longer provides security updates or support for PCs with Windows 7. If you continue to use Windows 7 after support has ended, your PC will still work, but it will be more vulnerable.
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- What risks must the C-Suite know
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Record-breaking Number of Breaches
2019 broke the record for the most data breaches of any year yet.
According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, the number of data breaches tracked in 2019 (1,473) increased 17% from the total number of breaches reported in 2018 (1,257). Other surveys have reported much higher numbers, showing an increase in both the number of records exposed and breaches.
In this report, we look at 10 of the biggest and most damaging attacks of 2019 and best practices enterprises of any size should incorporate to ensure they are protecting their organization and customers.
AppGuard is partnering with leading law firms to protect sensitive enterprise and client data by enhancing cyber stack and offering 100% protection.
In what might be the first strike in cyber attacks against the U.S. in response to the assassination of General Qasem Soleimani, earlier this week, hackers claiming to be linked with Iran targeted the website of the U.S. Federal Depository. With escalating tensions between Tehran and the United States, this attack was not a surprise. Business, government, local, and state agencies need to ramp up cybersecurity practices to defend themselves against potential attacks that can cause significant financial and reputational damage. What comes next?
Listen to our podcast on this topic with counterintelligence experts.