If an organization’s current cybersecurity solution cannot predict and prevent zero-day attacks, it is living on borrowed time. Polymorphism, fileless attacks, and malware-as-a-service make it increasingly easy to circumvent traditional AV solutions. With the average cost of a data breach reaching $3.86 million, a single compromise can prove catastrophic.
Relying on IT staff, legacy AV, and frequently updated software to stop cyber threats is a costly proposition. Cybersecurity personnel must be hired, trained, and retained in a business climate where supply is low and demand is high. Traditional AV relies on signatures and byte-matching to detect cyber attacks, an approach threat actors can bypass numerous ways. When systems are offline for updating, they produce nothing for an organization, meaning frequent updates lead to frequent periods of non-productivity.
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BlackBerry Cylance commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct
a Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study to examine what return on
investment enterprises may realize by deploying CylancePROTECT®
The resulting study provides readers with a framework to evaluate
the potential financial impact and value of deploying AI-driven
endpoint protection and detection and response capabilities in their
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The Cylance 2017 Threat Report offers valuable analysis on the current state of cybersecurity. The information provided in the report is unavailable anywhere else. This Cylance® study includes research and information drawn from internal data and feedback provided by Cylance customers. The report offers considerable insights into recent threat trends and related security issues.
Some key findings of this report merit further discussion. These conversations represent an opportunity to dig deeper into the implications of current security stra ...
Organizations are moving to a comprehensive strategy for on-premises and cloud data protection. As more IT teams use cloud for digital transformation, they are also updating data protection strategies.
Cloud provider tools and replication operations are not comprehensive to the data management needs of today’s enterprise and don’t provide a complete view of your data across multiple storage locations. ...
Upgrade your data management strategy to support today’s demands. The system – or systems – you purchased or inherited years ago are probably not appropriate for the modern data protection needs of your organization.
Use this handy checklist when you’re researching data protection that supports files, applications, databases and hypervisors, plus both public and private clouds.
Keep Your Business Running With Faster and More Efficient Recovery
Your goal is high availability for the applications, databases, virtual machines (VMs), servers, and data that run your business. When access is lost or interrupted, recovery speed is critical, and must be measured in minutes and seconds, not hours or days. And if your backup and recovery strategy includes point solutions with limited coverage, legacy approaches that don’t support today’s modern technologies, or manual processes that are time-consuming and complex, you may no ...
Keep Your Business Running With Faster and More Efficient Recovery Your goal is high availability...