Attackers have updated their strategy – shouldn’t you change yours? It is more important than ever for organizations to be prepared for the next cyber-attack, with a strategy specifically designed to combat next-gen threats.
Endpoint is the new perimeter
The war for security is now being waged at the endpoint. With the broad acceptance of portable devices such as laptops, tablets and smartphones, the old notion of a single “moat” around a company’s perimeter is gone. All the digital information an attacker wants is stored somewhere on an endpoint. As these endpoints become increasingly mobile, managing your organization’s threat footprint becomes more complex than ever.
The age of ransomware
The outbreaks of WannaCry and Petya have proven that ransomware is an immediate threat with the potential to cause massive disruptions within your organization. Considering that Cryptolocker, a devastating malware program, made $325 million in 2016, you can expect new ransomware variants to emerge in the years ahead. The legacy approach to combating security threats using signature-based protection cannot respond fast enough to these new strategies. Organizations need new tactics in order to defend their endpoints.
Changing the conversation
WWT provides a customized endpoint security workshop for your organization that enables you to understand emerging threats and develop an endpoint security strategy for next-gen malware and ransomware.
Drawing on actual security data from hundreds of hours of testing, WWT facilitates a guided discussion to help you identify the endpoint solutions that would most align with your business objectives, technical requirements and cultural fit. We offer both on-site and virtual experiences, varying in time and complexity.
The power of the ATC
After conducting the workshop, WWT can offer your organization access to our Advanced Technology Center (ATC) to further evaluate endpoint security solutions with a hands-on, practical approach. This includes customized product demos, real-world solution comparisons and integrations with our Cyber Analytics Reference Architecture which includes SIEMs, automation and orchestration.