Cyber Resilience

Keeps your business in business

Cyber resilience is continuous access to personal and business data, even in an era of unprecedented cyber threats. We believe cyber resilience is the answer to today’s onslaught of attacks. This is what cyber resilience means to us.

AI and machine learning are essential for cyber resilience.

Because what you don’t know can hurt you, we source our threat intelligence from millions of real-world endpoints around the globe.

Discover what IT decision makers from across the globe say about how artificial intelligence and machine learning inform their security.

 

Cyber resilience
means endless uptime.

Cyber resilience means uninterrupted access to your data. Ready when you are. Wherever you are.

Ransomware is an increasingly common form of downtime. Click below and watch our series, Ransomware 2021, to hear expert opinions on doing away with downtime.

Always on Protection

Cyber resilience accounts for cyber risks. Known and unknown.

And backup when you need it. Because every layer matters when it comes to securing business data.

Discover the Hidden Cost of Ransomware and today’s threat landscape to see why we take a layered approach to data security.

Attacks are on the rise, they’re more expensive than ever and their consequences can be severe.

 

Why Cyber resilience?

4 million active malicious URLs

In 2020, 4.18 million malicious IPs were active at any given time1/ ransomware soared by 150%2 / and 1.4 million cryptojacking scripts were still generating revenue for cybercriminals.

There's no shortage of online threats.

4 million active malicious URLs

The average ransom demanded more than doubled between 2019 and 2020.3/ The proportion of organizations targeted by cyberattacks rose to 43%4 / and healthcare was the most infected industry in 2020.5

Data security dangers are coming together in scary ways.

  1. OpenText. “The Webroot BrightCloud Threat Report” (May 2021)
  2. Infosecurity. “Ransomware Attacks Soared 150% in 2020." (2021)
  3. Palo Alto Networks. “The Unit 42 Ransomware Threat Report” (2021)
  4. Hiscox. “Cyber Readiness Report 2021” (April 2021)
  5. OpenText. “The Webroot BrightCloud Threat Report” (May 2021)