What is Extension Whitelisting? Learn how Extension Whitelisting eliminates the threat of ransomware
According to the CyberEdge Group’s 2017 Cyberthreat Defense Report, “Sixty-one percent of organizations polled in a new survey say they’d been hit by a ransomware demand.” The report details a disturbing trend stating that successful cyberattacks affecting organizations have risen for a third-consecutive year (cyberattack stats from the report – year over year increase).
This webcast was presented in March 2017 to address ransomware security issues and to present a new innovation to stop ransomware from encrypting files: “EXTENSION WHITELISTING”. During the webcast a Live “ransomware” attack was launched and executed to demonstrate this new “unique” ransomware defense, Extension Whitelisting.
Stormshield Endpoint Security Product Overview
This brief 2 minute video provides an overview of the Stormshield Endpoint Security product.
HIPS versus MIPS
Most organizations are using HIPS as part of their “defense in depth” security plan but the protections are limited due to the HIPS dependence on signatures. There is no a new protection called MIPS that actually monitors memory and virtually eliminates the risk if Zero Day attacks. This webcast explores how both HIPS and MIPS work, How attacks can get past HIPS defenses and how MIPS works to provide protection against attacks – including unknown and fileless attacks.his brief 2 minute video provides an overview of the Stormshield Endpoint Security product.
Proven Security Windows Server 2003 After July EoL
Even though Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003 is ending in July 2015 many organizations are in a position where they must continue to use these servers in production. If migrating to a supported operating system is not possible, organizations are facing serious security and regulatory compliance challenges. WS2003 from Stormshield can provide the missing protection and assure no exposure to the risk of Zero Day Forever exposure. This webcast reviews the threats and risks of continuing to use WS2003 as well as mitigation strategies and how the Stormshield EWS2003 MIPS can replace the missing Microsoft patches.
Proven Security WS2003 After July EoL - FOR RETAIL BUSINESSES
Even though Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003 is ending in July 2015 many retail organizations are in a position where they must continue to use these servers in production in the store as back office servers. As a result there is a significant security risk without the patches from Microsoft. WS2003 from Stormshield can provide retailers with the missing protection and assure no exposure to the risk of Zero Day Forever exposure and will stop memory scraping malware. This webcast reviews the threats and risks of continuing to use WS2003 for retailers as well as mitigation strategies and how the Stormshield EWS2003 MIPS can replace the missing Microsoft patches in retail servers.
Without a Trace: Fileless Malware Found in the Wild.
How does it work? How can you stop it?
The ultimate test for your organization's endpoint security strategy: How do you stop fileless malware? Can you? This WEBCAST analyzes the growing fileless malware threat: what it is, how it works, who is using them, the scope of the threat and how it can be stopped. The webcast uses a review of Phase Bot as an example of this new and growing generation of malware that is fileless.