Protect your organization from the latest persistent and targeted threats, including ransomware. With a revolutionary artificial intelligence technology, it focuses on prevention vs detect and remediate approach.
Get a peek into the life of Eddie. All he wants is to do his job and do it safely. With constantly evolving threat landscape Eddie does not have to resort to any crazy ways of protecting his organization such as “returning to the future” or “taking the crystal ball out for a spin”. All he needs to do is to deploy Dell Data Protection | Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise that includes Artificial Intelligence and dynamic mathematic model technology that can identify and stop malware before it can even run.
It’s clear that it is not viable to rely on solutions that only seek to detect malware AFTER it has executed. Dell has overcome these challenges by offering the first and only machine learning-based pre-execution detection environment.
When it comes to preventing advanced malware, which approach would you take? Have the traditional signature based anti-virus solutions been able to stop these threats? Dell’s advanced threat prevention solution takes a proactive approach to preventing the attacks all together instead of a reactive approach of detecting and removing a malware after it has entered the system. There are additional productivity gains due to low impact on system performance while protecting endpoints even when they are offline.
The proliferation of security vendors and products has resulted in the creation of wide variety of approaches that have created complexity and yet failed to improve security. Many security solutions are now trying to tackle the malware detection problem with post-execution, “detect and respond” approaches which are grossly ineffective in cases such as Ransomware attacks. This technical whitepaper dives into the details of various approaches and why Prevention is the most effective method to combat malware.
Mathematics is the most powerful instrument of knowledge there is. When it comes to fighting malware, security technologies need to evolve without relying on human intervention. Dell truly believes that mathematical modeling and artificial intelligence are the keys to a secure future and in preventing attacks such as ransomware. This technical whitepaper delves into how the Dell engine is “future-proof” by continuously learning and training based on new data and does not lose efficiency over time, even as attackers morph their strategies.
Organizations today must deal with the growing complexity and volume of advanced malware. The need of the hour is advanced threat prevention to defend against these advanced and persistent threats. Here’s why you cannot afford to take any chances.