Next-Gen Endpoint Protection
- Signature-less technology
- Analyzes & quarantines before execution
- Protects from Zero-day vulnerabilities
- Prevents malicious encryption from Malware
- Anti-exploit technology
- Web Browser Exploit Technology
- Category based URL blocking
- Download reputation
- Device control (eg:USB)
- Potentially unwanted application (PUA) blocking
Anti-Phishing Training & Testing
- Addresses a hacker’s most effective tool, Phishing Campaigns
- End-users are the largest, most vulnerable target in most organizations
Security awareness is an integral part of any defense strategy
- Tests the level of awareness your end-users have through attack simulations
- Improve end-user awareness with simple integrated training
- Produce management reports to monitor end-user awareness and progress
- Malware and Phishing Protection
- Intercept all emails containing suspicious content, attachments, or URLs
- Anti-spoofing technology prevents phishing and imposter emails reaching your users
- Reputation filtering blocks more than 99% of spam at the gateway
Vulnerability assessment, also known as vulnerability analysis, is a process that defines, identifies, and classifies the security holes (vulnerabilities) in a computer, network, or communications infrastructure.
Wikipedia defines the 4 steps of VA as follows:
- Cataloging assets and capabilities (resources) in a system.
- Assigning quantifiable value (or at least rank order) and importance to those resources
- Identifying the vulnerabilities or potential threats to each resource
- Mitigating or eliminating the most serious vulnerabilities for the most valuable resources
Our Vulnerability Assessment tools, will scan your network looking for weaknesses in your security profile, vulnerabilities that can be exploited by malicious cyber criminals.
We will provide your organization with detail reporting of our findings, review them with you, and guide you through the necessary steps required to correct them. We strongly suggest that a scan be performed at least once a quarter.
Virtugard is the newly founded cybersecurity division of Retailmatics.
In discussions with dozens of our clients, the topic ultimately leads to the protection of their data assets. The rise of Ransomware over the last several years is of particular concern. Whereas cyber criminals were once targeting valuable data that could be sold (credit cards, S.I.N) that behavior has changed. Thieves have learned that making money off of this type of information is difficult, dangerous and in decreasing availability. Its much easier to merely deny a user of their data, than to steal it. Ransomware targets any organization or individual, with data that is important to the owner. That’s just about everyone.
Due to the dramatic increase in successful attacks, we understand that sophisticated software and education tools are required. Virtugard was founded for just this purpose.
Please browse our site and feel to contact us for any questions or concerns.
Millions of Phishing attacks a day
Probability that Phish Emails opened more times than SPAM
Billions of Dollars in Ransomware revenue 2016
Thousands of new Ransomware variations per day
- Phishing Emails with Ransomware 97%
- Phishing Attacks by Organized Crime 89%
- Phishing Emails That get Opened 30%
- Those aware of Phishing, that ignore risk 78%
Questions or Comments for us?
Since 97% of all successful ransomware attacks begins with a phishing campaign, email workflow must be your primary focus. Think of your Ransomware protection strategy in terms of concentric layers. Each layer represents a different tactic or tool for finding...
Criminals are constantly improving the quality of their phish attacks. It used to be fairly easy to spot one by the poor spelling or bad grammar. Today the clues are much more subtle. On the face of it these emails look quite legitimate. They use your real name,...
The obvious answer is that it works. And that its profitable. However, technology is slowly eating away at older sources of cybercrime revenue. It was not so long ago that the target of hackers was credit card information, and personal information such as S.I.N. or...