RANSOMCARE: Not just another expensive Endpoint solution
Ransomware is one of the most critical modern-day threats to any organisation. With many digitised assets, the importance of having an effective Last Line of Defence is vital. When your First Line of Defence is breached, your Endpoint protection is compromised. The latest global cyber-attacks have proven more than once, that traditional First Line of Defence technologies such as Anti-Virus engines, firewall’s, web- and emailfilters aren’t enough to cope with the evolving array of Ransomware. In 2017, 60-70% of organisations experienced Ransomware attacks, despite having these technologies installed and up-to-date. BullWall’s RANSOMCARE provides you with a new and revolutionary Last Line of Defence protection that detects all types of Ransomware aimed at attacking files through server shares, whether it’s known or unknown. By monitoring file usage and traffic, using multiple detection strategies, any suspicious traffic will raise an instant alert and resulting in immediate isolation of the attacked Endpoint Client. RANSOMCARE does not require an agent on all your Endpoints and has no performance overhead.

RANSOMCARE: File Server Protection against known and unknown Ransomware at a low cost. Quick to implement and easy-to-use technology.

RANSOMCARE: Agentless Ransomware Protection with no additional performance overhead.

RANSOMCARE: File Server Protection against known and unknown Ransomware at a low cost. Quick to implement and easy-to-use technology
RANSOMCARE: Agentless Ransomware Protection with no additional performance overhead.
New research reveals that 30% of malware attacks are zero-day exploits
30% of malware can be classified as new or zero-day threats and will not be detected by most existing Anti-Virus products according to WatchGuard’s Quarterly Internet Security Report 2017. The report found that cybercriminals’ capability to automatically repack or morph their malware has outpaced the Anti-Virus industry’s ability to keep up with new threats. This means that without advanced threat prevention up to 30% of malware can go undetected and infect organisations.

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New research reveals that 30% of malware attacks are zero-day exploits
30% of malware can be classified as new or zero-day threats and will not be detected by most existing antivirus products according to a WatchGuard’s Quarterly Internet Security Report 2017. The report found that cybercriminals’ capability to automatically repack or morph their malware has outpaced the Anti-Virus industry’s ability to keep up with new threats. This means that without advanced threat prevention up to 30% of malware can go undetected.
Why leave yourself open to risk?
Overall, Ransomware attacks around the globe show no signs of slowing down, and this isn’t an issue you can just ignore. The Ransomware Damage Report 2017 published by Cybersecurity Ventures states that Ransomware will attack an organisation every 14 seconds by 2019 vs. every 40 seconds in 2017. Global damage costs in relation to Ransomware attacks are predicted to reach $11.5 billion annually by 2019.

No matter how a Ransomware attack enters an organisation – via email, infected website, USB-key, malware loaded attachments or even manually deployed by someone – RANSOMCARE will detect and stop the Ransomware attack, regardless of how the security shield has been compromised. Despite best efforts to educate staff to enhance their ability to detect and prevent a Ransomware attack, 10-20% of employees will unintentionally click on false and dangerous attachments. At this rate, it’s critical that organisations don’t solely rely on a reactive response to modern malware threats, but also look towards the future with a Last Line of Defence solution which enables them to react, respond and recover quickly from attacks without the vast costs often associated with Ransomware attacks.

The impact of an attack

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30% report lost revenue due to an attack

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19% are forced to shut down operations in the immediate of an attack

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60% took over nine hours to get back up and running following an attack

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93% of organisations were victims of an attack despite having an up-to-date Anti-Virus installed

The 2016 State of Ransomware report, conducted by Osterman Research

The impact of an attack

30% report lost revenue due to an attack

19% are forced to shut down operations in the immediate of an attack

60% took over nine hours to get back up and running following an attack

93% of organisations were victims of an attack despite  having an up-to-date Anti-Virus installed

The 2016 State of Ransomware report, conducted by Osterman Research

About BullWall
Rather than just another run-of-the-mill Endpoint solution, BullWall is dedicated to stopping Ransomware attacks before they stop your organisation. When you get hit by Ransomware, RANSOMCARE will hit back. Unlike many Endpoint security solutions, BullWall protects your Security Defence Systems providing inside firewall protection.

Our team consists of former members of Denmark’s elite cybercrime and fraud detection unit, boasting over 60 years of experience in both domestic and international intelligence. The BullWall team has the knowledge, dedication and passion to make the cyber world a safer place for customers within the private sector and state- and local government level.