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As web and application technologies are evolving, so is malware. Malware is bought, traded and managed by sophisticated criminals who perform market research and target specific companies and files that they believe will be the most profitable and easiest to exploit. Through the simple act of clicking on links and opening documents, your employees may unknowingly introduce malware into the network.
increase in mobile malware last year
of targeted attacks involve PDF documents
of companies have reported a malware infection from the web
Data-stealing malware is to blame for many of the most serious security breaches that have occurred over the past several years. Often times, the attacks are described as sophisticated, but as the layers are peeled back, it becomes apparent that the incidents could have been mitigated or avoided entirely if the victim companies had the right controls in place.
That's not to say that the attackers don't know what they're doing. Malware attacks typically arrive as a socially engineered, legitimate-looking email that contains a malicious link or attachment, or are served via (often trusted) websites in what is known as a ‘drive-by download.'
One of the biggest malware risks is targeted and blended threats, which often pinpoint specific victims. Common methods used in these targeted attacks include spear phishing emails and bundled malware, which are designed to evade traditional anti-virus technologies, employ varying methods to propagate throughout the network and often rely on yet-unpatched vulnerabilities.
Malware can be hard to identify and extinguish if companies aren't taking the threat seriously. Osterman Research found that less than a third of businesses believe the amount of malware reaching their end-users is staying the same or getting better over time. Yet research has shown that seven out of 10 believe a typical malware attack on their organization carries a significant financial impact.
Trustwave can help protect you from these attacks, minimize your exposure to difficult-to-detect malware and zero-day exploits, and allow your employees to stay trained and productive.
Trustwave content security solutions help keep your network and data safe from risks introduced by insiders and external attackers. We help you take malware to zero.
Trustwave Secure Email Gateway is a versatile, powerful and scalable email security system for use in any network environment. It integrates email threat protection, inbound/outbound content analysis, policy enforcement, compliance, encryption and data leakage prevention into a single, flexible and easy-to-manage solution.
Secure Web Gateway allows organizations to detect malware on the fly without relying on signatures, gain zero-day protection against advanced threats and enable the safe and secure use of applications such as Facebook, Twitter and Gmail – all while minimizing confidential data loss and ensuring productivity and compliance. It relies on patented technology that offers the most accurate and proactive protection from next-generation threats and the most flexible deployment options in the industry.
SIEM can help you proactively "see" and prepare for evolving, advanced and persistent threats, and minimize the impact of those threats. By tying together information across a variety of security and network technologies, SIEM can provide an automation platform that offers the ultimate visibility into malware threats. With SIEM, you can collect, analyze and assess security and non-security events for rapid identification, prioritization and response.
Our cloud-based Security Awareness Education provides your workforce with the tools they need to help protect your data. By educating your employees to recognize threats like phishing, you reduce the chances that your business will become a victim of malware and/or data loss.
The Trustwave Secure Browsing Plug-in makes searching, surfing and socializing online safer. This free browser plug-in displays security icons next to links on search engines such as Google and Bing; in web-based email like Gmail and Yahoo; and on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Is your data and business safe from malware? Are your employees' applications and programs protected from blended and targeted attacks? Do you know the best way to secure your content? When it comes to staying protected, Trustwave can help you to:
Our web and email offerings for content security keep the bad stuff out and the good stuff in. Trustwave products provide granular control and help identify malware before it hits your network.
With visibility, inspection and control across the entire network, Trustwave content security solutions provide maximum protection against customer data loss, intellectual property theft, hacker activity, fraudulent employee lawsuits, inappropriate internet usage and corporate espionage.
Trustwave helps you go social – safely. Our content security solutions increase employee productivity by enabling faster communication and better collaboration.
Trustwave guarantees to detect and stop 100 percent of malware propagated over the web for businesses that use the Trustwave Managed Anti-Malware Service. If malware gets through and infects a business's systems in any calendar quarter, the business will receive a one-month extension of the service at no cost.
Zero-day exploits are attacks built by hackers based on vulnerabilities discovered in any piece of software (browsers, plug-ins, applications) that do not have an official patch. Zero-day protection can be achieved if the vendor can safeguard customers before a formal fix is issued. The expertise of the Trustwave SpiderLabs team has you covered against zero-day exploits.
The Blended Threat Module goes beyond traditional, signature-based anti-virus offerings to block emails that contain malicious URLs. It uses a cloud-based malware behavior analysis service for rapid identification of new malicious links.
Secure Web Gateway in Action
Secure Email Gateway in Action
Watch this hands-on demo to learn why the experts say that having a Secure Web Gateway is the first step toward being able to go social safely.
This video demo explains why having a Secure Email Gateway can keep you protected from blended threats and targeted attacks.
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