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Consistently, antivirus (AV) testing shows that malware circumvents nearly all of the best NGAV solutions. So, how do you prevent data theft on endpoints?
Hundreds of millions of known vulnerabilities and exploits exist in endpoint OS, apps, browsers, BIOS, and firmware. Patches are released nonstop, but there's a catch.
For many IT professionals, ransomware is the top concern. Why? The number of successful ransomware attacks is increasing at an alarming rate, as is the level of sophistication.
Because zero-trust initiatives are curtailing unauthorized access to data centers and networks, adversaries are finding new ways to steal data Unfortunately, targets are plentiful.
When adversaries disable endpoint security software, they can exfiltrate data, ransom it, and wipe away any trace of their breach. There's only one reliable form of mitigation.
When you erase a drive, the process may not be as thorough as you think. You may receive a message saying the erasure was successful when, in fact, data remains. What do you do?
Following a breach, investigators need in-depth information to determine what data was stolen. Unfortunately, a lack of detailed, verifiable information can thwart these efforts.