The article “Can you really stop ransomware?” discusses SES-RDe Extension Whitelisting as an effective way to stop ransomware.”
This Computerworld article, October 25, 2016, by Sandra Henry-Stocker addresses the burning question facing organizations today – Is there a way to stop ransomware? Sandra reviews the simple yet effective approach of using Extension Whitelisting to block the ransomware from accessing and encrypting files.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN—October 13, 2016 – Matrix Global Partners, Inc. (MatrixGP), the exclusive distributor for the Americas of Stormshield, today announced a special 4th qtr. pricing promotion for their unique and innovative ransomware security: SES-RDe for less than $10 per seat.
Announcement: SES-RDe The first true Ransomware protection available on the market
INDIANAPOLIS, IN—October 12, 2016 – Matrix Global Partners, Inc. (Matrix), the exclusive distributor for the Americas of Stormshield, today announced the release of a new version of the industry-leading endpoint security software, Stormshield Endpoint Security-Ransomware Defense edition (RDe) targeted and optimized for eliminating the risk of ransomware. SES-RDe does one thing that no other security product offers – ransomware cannot access files in order to encrypt them.
Stormshield continues to be a leader in Enterprise Security and continues to provide innovative approaches for protecting clients computers and data. This leadership was recognized again this month with the selection of Stormshield as one of the 20 most promising Enterprise Security companies by CIOReview.
It seems that cybersecurity villains have somewhat drawn inspiration from Wild West adventures in recent days, with the latest attacks being the devastating lootings currently being committed by the new ransomware Locky. Stormshield Endpoint Security – malware’s Lucky Luke – takes another look at the emergence of Locky and explains how you can prevent the attack without delay.
The respected IDC organization has written a technology spotlight that highlights the challenges that organizations face today dealing with waves of malwares and their variants. They are not stopped by traditional signature-based security solutions like AV and whitelisting. This white paper addresses the issue of detecting and stopping “unknown unknowns” by using a technology from Stormshield that operates at the kernel level and does not rely on signatures but, instead, uses behavioral techniques to stop malware that has never been seen before – even fileless malwares. This press release introduces the IDC white paper with an overview and includes a link to download and view the white paper itself.
Efficient reporting functions for optimum workstation, server and terminal management Paris, 10 December 2015 – Stormshield, a key player on the European cybersecurity market, is launching new reporting features as part of its “Stormshield Endpoint Security” workstation, server and terminal protection solution, in order to immediately detect any security incident or malfunction that […]
Paris, 4 Novembre 2015 – Arkoon Netasq, a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space and a key player in the cyber security market, has announced the launch of the cloud version of Stormshield Endpoint Security (SES cloud version). The turnkey solution has been developed to provide companies with proactive protection for their workstations, servers and […]
It is possible to continue to allow access to Flash and to eliminate the zero-day vulnerability risk. This press release describes how Stormshield Endpoint Security Next Generation protection proactively eliminated the Flash zero-day risk for 99% of the 350+ Flash events for the past 2 years and will provide the same protection going forward. Stop the cycle of "panic patching" every few weeks for the latest Flash vulnerabilities!
Paris, 19 October 2015 – Arkoon Netasq, a subsidiary of Airbus Defence and Space and a key player in the cyber security market, has been awarded on Friday the 16th of October the ‘France Cybersecurity’ seal of approval for its Stormshield Endpoint Security workstation and server protection solutions. Pierre Calais, Head of Arkoon Netasq, said: […]
A new malware family, that has been named “POSeidon” has been recently uncovered. These malware programs attack point-of-sale (POS) terminals by infecting them. The aim is clear: to steal your credit card details by using sophisticated mechanisms specially conceived for this purpose. Your credit card details will then be sent to remote exfiltration servers and will in turn feed the black market.
A new generation of threats, APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats), methodically combines several vectors and intrusion tools allowing them to attack slowly but surely. In the past, while malware aimed to steal sensitive data from users (credit card numbers, online account passwords, etc.), attacks today can target the very heart of financial institutions’ functions and including diverting funds. Stormshield, the leader in APT cyber security, has focused directly on this new growing threat.