Security Solution Free of Charge to Stop Zero-Day, Malware Assaults
Worldwide innovator as well as creator of cyber-security software, Comodo, which also globally leads in the making of digital certificates, on June 26, declared it would provide free EDR (endpoint detection and response) software like never before available in the industry. Unlike other providers' "free trial solutions," Comodo is providing a wholly-featured, business-specific cWatch EDR to its clients at zero cost. The offer makes possible for any organization, big, small or medium to better identify malicious software on endpoints, while also probe as well as deal with security incidents.
As per Absolute a security company along with the Ponemon Institute, during 2016, malware contaminations grew 53 percent. The majority of endpoints holds crucial data and is easily compromised, it's reported. Techrepublic.com posted this, June 26, 2017.
The Advanced Endpoint Protection of Comodo Security Solutions sports the company's cWatch EDR as complementary to the Endpoint Protection Platform that's created for stopping malware infection. The cWatch EDR identifies and deals with malicious software. Both EDR and Endpoint Protection Platform are developed using the next-G, stage wise deny platform by default that stops as well as quarantines unfamiliar, 0-day assaults of Trojans, other malicious programs and many destructive executables while makes the said assaults useless vis-à-vis networks and endpoints.
As per the report from Absolute and the Ponemon Institute, business organizations waste too much of cash as well as time investing into unproductive solutions for endpoint security. As a result, such weak general endpoint security defenses cost a mean of USD 6m. Moreover, according to just 27 percent of the respondents within a survey for the report they're sure that their organizations are equipped to determine the endpoint systems that are most risky within an extremely effective way. Another 70 percent of respondents stated their organizations were below mean measure in identifying offline alternatively insecure endpoint systems, while 20 percent respondents stated their organizations had no strategy for endpoint security whatsoever.
And while assaults of malicious software increase, organizations continue to lack proper solutions for endpoint security, so they should urgently devise an approach for protection, notes the latest research by Absolute together with Ponemon Institute.
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