ESET PROTECTs against ransomware

Successful ransomware attacks are in the news every day.

  • Every 40 seconds, a business falls victim to ransomware
  • Payments to attackers exceeded $400 million in cryptocurrency in 2020
  • Nearly 2,400 US companies, local governments, healthcare facilities and schools were victims of ransomware in 2020
  • $18.9B: Cost of ransomware attacks on US government organizations in 2020

Sources: CyberRisk Alliance, Chainalysis, Federal Bureau of Investigations, Comparitech, IBM Cyber, Security Intelligence Index Report

Ransomware protection that means business

ESET solutions block ransomware, phishing, zero-day exploits and other advanced threats. See how we protect against the latest new and never-before-seen malware with technology based on global research.

ESET PROTECT Advanced combines endpoint security with full disk encryption and cloud sandbox analysis for next-level protection against ransomware and other advanced threats.

  • Improved protection against ransomware and zero-day attacks with cloud sandboxing, encryption and endpoint protection.
  • Advanced machine learning, deep behavioral inspection and Ransomware Shield, which detects and blocks processes that resemble the behaviors of ransomware.
  • Real-time visibility of all your endpoints from a convenient web console available on-premises or cloud-based.

Experience the console’s full potential right now. No need to install or set up anything.

Add layers of protection

Using multi-factor authentication (MFA) is essential to preventing ransomware and other invasive attacks. MFA reduces the risk of shared or stolen passwords and brute-force attacks that are favorite entry points for ransomware.

  • Adds a layer of log-in protection via a one-time password generated on a user’s smartphone
  • Easy to deploy and user-friendly for employees
  • Authentication for web/cloud services such as Office 365, Google Apps and Dropbox
  • Support for mobile applications, push notifications, hardware tokens and custom methods

Human error is cited as a major contributing cause in 95% of all breaches. You can reduce your risk of ransomware, data loss, and other threats by teaching employees to recognize phishing, avoid online scams, follow internet best practices and create strong passwords.

  • Interactive, gamified training makes learning fun and enhances retention
  • Phishing simulator can be used to test your employees
  • Helps meet compliance requirements for cybersecurity training
  • Includes security best practices for remote work
  • Admin dashboard lets you track employees’ training status

Contact sales to configure your protection.

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