This white paper examines the looming threat horizon that is forcing companies to reexamine their endpoint security functions and discusses ESET's solution for integrated security management that is built around its advanced heuristic technology. The threat landscape facing businesses has evolved significantly, and corporations are looking for security products that can protect against known threats and prepare for future attackers in a simple-to-use architecture.
Published By: Webroot UK
Published Date: Nov 11, 2009
This white paper discusses key issues around encryption for both email and file transfer systems, some of the leading statutes that require sensitive content to be encrypted, and suggestions for moving forward with encryption. This white paper also briefly discusses Webroot Software, the sponsor of this white paper, and their relevant offerings.
Published By: Webroot
Published Date: Sep 18, 2013
This FAQ tells you how to move beyond the old trade-off between anti-malware effectiveness and speed. It answers questions such as what is wrong with conventional approaches, which includes the inability of clients to perform signature matching operations on today’s more than 70 million malware variants. It also discusses how the cloud and behavioral detection overcome the limitations of signature-based approaches. Finally, it answers questions about how cloud solutions can offer specific benefits such as:
• Improving speed by offloading pattern matching from endpoints
• Eliminating large signature downloads
• Stopping zero day attacks
This paper presents the results of a Diskeeper Corporation study that examines the effects of disk fragmentation on virus scan time to verify and measure the magnitude of virus scanning speed improvement.
This whitepaper explains that USB drives have been used to transport viruses and malware, both on purpose and accidentally. The paper explains that no manually handling of files, such as with USB drives, is unnecessary when you set up a secure network architecture using five zones of protection. You can transfer files to and from your network around the globe, and know the data and the network are secure, automatically scanning files to block dangerous data while allowing "clean" data into the network. The paper notes several reasons why it matters that data is secure while remaining accessible.