Why Do I Need Advanced Anti-Malware?

Malware has threatened the cyber security of businesses since the creation of the first strain in 1971.

One infected device can lead to many infected devices, with the potential to wreak havoc on your business operations.

The worst part is - you might not even know that you are infected. Malware can lay dormant indefinitely, stealing information and spreading throughout your network.

Our technology handles all those concerns. With our advanced anti-malware, you can relax knowing your business is shielded from malware of all complexities.

Contact us to find out more about Anti-Malware

Next-Generation Protection

To combat malware, many businesses use signature-based detection: a system that blocks apps if they show up on a list of known threats.

However, this method is unable to keep up with current environment since malware strains are continually evolving and have a short lifespan on average.

With the use of machine intelligence and behavioural analysis, our next-generation solutions stop malware's malicious processes, protecting your company against all malware - even if it has never been seen before.

Technology for full stack protection

Technologies for full stack protection includes detection and reaction based on behaviour, AI, and signatures.

Protection against all threats

Defends against fileless assaults, ransomware, and known and unknown viruses.

Defend against new threats

Uses dynamic detection algorithms and behavioural heuristics to counter new threats.

Find any type of malicious software.

Checks files for spyware, backdoors, trojans, viruses, worms, and other threats.

What is Malware?

Malware means "malicious software". That is any software that is designed with malicious intent. It comes in many forms, and is usually designed to disrupt, damage or gain unauthorised access to a computer system.

Often, the cyber-criminal creates malware for the purpose of financial gain. They could be creating a botnet, farming for data, or looking for victims to extort.

In other cases, malware is targeted - specifically deployed on a target victim's machine, through various means such as spear-phishing.

You don't want malware on your systems. Some forms can spread through your network at an alarming speed, and before you know it you have a significant threat from one user misclicking.

Examples of Malware

  • Viruses
  • Worms
  • Keyloggers
  • Ransomware
  • Adware

Don't wait to discover vulnerabilities, stay proactive with Cyber Safe’s continuous monitoring.

Cyber Safe offers year-round visibility enabling immediate action and risk
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