Rombertik

You may have heard the term “Next Generation Endpoint Protection” (NGEPP) being used by vendors and industry writers to describe some new security offerings.  But, what does it actually mean and why should it matter to you?  Why don’t traditional endpoint protections provide the security that you need today?  What are the core protections that NGEPP security must have and what is the value that they provide.  How are these protections different from what you already have?

PoSeidon

There is a new malware family that is being used to attack retail Point of Sale (POS) computers exemplified by POSeidon.  The Stormshield Next Generation Endpoint Security has been proven to proactively protect against POSeidon and similar malwares without a need for signatures or updates. 

Carbanak

There is a new generation of Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) that combine several vectors and methods to penetrate and then steal data from computers.  The Carbanak APT is one active example of this new wave of attacks and is a standard by which to measure the effectiveness of security protections.  Carbanak is used to target ATM systems and other banking computers and has caused banking losses estimate at over a billion dollars.  Organizations that are using Stormshield Endpoint Security have been proactively protected against Carbanak (and similar APTs) without any need for signatures or updates.

CryptoWall

CryptoWall ransomware continues to be a real and growing threat.  Estimates are that 5.25 billion files have been encrypted by this malware.  Stormshield has provided proactive CryptoWall protection to a European banking/insurance.    

CryptoLocker

Stormshield Endpoint Security proactively blocks new variants of CryptoLocker. Stormshield has once again proven its effectiveness by proactively stopping new variants of the Cryptolocker malware. A major player in the insurance/healthcare sector and Stormshield client was able stop a new CrypotLocker malware variant that targeted more than 7,000 computer at the organization’s headquarters. 

Phase Bot

You may have heard the term “Next Generation Endpoint Protection” (NGEPP) being used by vendors and industry writers to describe some new security offerings.  But, what does it actually mean and why should it matter to you?  Why don’t traditional endpoint protections provide the security that you need today?  What are the core protections that NGEPP security must have and what is the value that they provide.  How are these protections different from what you already have?

Backoff

Some of the largest and most damaging data thefts by cybercriminals ever have been against retailers.  Every month there seems to be a new record-breaking loss of customer credit card data. This paper analyzes how malware like BackOff works, how it can bypass traditional protections and how it can be stopped with innovative security products that use Memory Intrusion Prevention System technology.