Enterprise cybersecurity solutions

Discover next-generation security with collective threat intelligence.

Block threats before they reach your users

Protect your remote locations against web-borne threats and enforce web access policies without the cost and latency of routing traffic through gateway appliances.

Webroot named as a visionary

In Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms

A layered approach

Strengthen the different layers of your enterprise's defense against advanced cyberattacks with cloud-based, collective threat intelligence.

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Internet Layer SecureAnywhere® Web Security Service
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Network Layer BrightCloud® for NGFW
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Infrastructure Layer BrightCloud for SIEM
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Endpoint Layer SecureAnywhere Business Endpoint Protection

Security made smarter

  • Protects endpoints over 150x faster than Symantec®
    Protects endpoints over 150x faster than Symantec®
    The minimum installation time for Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business Endpoint Protection to be fully functional for an end user is only 5 seconds!* That’s over 150 times faster than Symantec Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition 2013 (Symantec.cloud) and over 80 times faster than the competitor average.
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  • Uses over 780 times less hard disk install space than Kaspersky®
    Uses over 780 times less hard disk install space than Kaspersky®
    Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business Endpoint Protection uses only 2 MB of hard disk space. This chart shows the total size of files added during the installation of endpoint security products. Webroot uses at least 118 times less hard disk space than any competitor measured.*
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  • Uses 11 times less memory than Trend Micro®
    Uses 11 times less memory than Trend Micro®
    Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business Endpoint Protection uses only 5.5 MB of memory during system idle and this is 24 times less than the average. The average amount of RAM used during a period of system idle by the endpoint security products tested is 137 MB. This number is from a sample of ten memory snapshots taken at roughly 60 seconds apart after reboot.*
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  • Scheduled scans run 18x faster than ESET
    Scheduled scans run 18x faster than ESET
    Webroot takes only 91 seconds to perform a scheduled scan. This chart shows the average time taken to run a scheduled scan on a system is over 29 minutes for each of the security products tested.* Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business Endpoint Protection is almost 20 times faster than the average.
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  • Uses <1/3 of the CPU resources consumed by Kaspersky® during scans
    Uses <1/3 of the CPU resources consumed by Kaspersky® during scans
    Webroot uses an average of only 10% of CPU resources during a malware scan. This chart shows the average CPU usage during a scan of media files, system files, and Microsoft Office documents that totaled 5.42 GB.*
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  • Uses almost 20x less memory during an initial scan than McAfee®
    Uses almost 20x less memory during an initial scan than McAfee®
    Webroot SecureAnywhere® Business Endpoint Protection uses only 13 MB of RAM, the smallest memory usage footprint among the products tested. Usage was measured by the average amount of memory (RAM) used by the product during an initial security scan of the primary drive. The average is 210 MB.*
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  • Writes, Opens, and Closes Files 16x faster than Microsoft®
    Writes, Opens, and Closes Files 16x faster than Microsoft®
    This metric compares the average time it takes for a file to be written to the hard drive, then opened and closed 180,000 times. Webroot has the fastest time of any of the products tested.*
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Research and analysis

Gartner

Threat Intelligence: What is it, and How Can it Protect You from Today's Advanced Cyber-Attacks?

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Threat Brief

Insights, analysis, and information on how collective threat intelligence can protect organizations from sophisticated attacks.

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Industry Trends

Webinar: Twelve Recommendations for Your Security Program in 2015

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