With the continued transition to cloud services to support remote working, the threat of malware continues to grow, expanding the attack surface for every business. The first half of 2022 saw 2.8 billion malware attacks in which more than 270,000 “never seen before” malware variants were used, according to Sonicware’s mid-year report, up 45% compared to last year.
Perimeter 81 has added malware protection to bolster its security offering and better protect its customers from internet-related risks.
Perimeter 81’s malware protection requires no configuration by administrators and protects against downloaded or web-embedded malware. It is activated when a user logs in to the agent and automatically applies an additional level of protection without impacting the user experience. Perimeter 81’s malware protection has the advantage of protecting users when they are connected to the corporate network as well as when accessing the Internet directly.
Customers can use Malware Protection to protect their users from any Internet threats like viruses, Trojans, worms, rootkits, keyloggers, phishing, adware, spyware, and malware. advanced persistent threats that can harm the organization through ransomware, extortion, data breaches and Suite.
Perimeter 81’s malware protection uses a combination of continuously updated signature-based detection and advanced machine learning-based capabilities to identify and block complex polymorphic and zero-day attacks. Combined with existing web filtering, Perimeter 81 now offers more robust protection for users in all businesses and the corporate network against the perils of the Internet.
“Malware protection is increasingly important to organizations so they can avoid threats like HavanaCrypt,” said Amit Bareket, CEO of Perimeter 81’s cloud-based, hardware-less service. »
Malware protection complements Perimeter 81’s converged network security offering, which includes Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Firewall as a Service (FWaaS), and Web Filtering in one platform with a single agent and unified management. Consolidating these services allows administrators to simplify operations with fewer tools and provide comprehensive network security.