Cisco Umbrella – Ransomware Protect
Ransomware Protect utilises Cisco Umbrella a state of the art cloud based application
which is proven to protect you from 85% of ransomware attacks.
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What is Ransomware Protect?
How does it protect you against ransomware?
Cisco Umbrella processes 80 billion+ internet requests a day which allows them to predict where cyber criminals are likely to stage their next attack.
You will no longer face threats because of internet blind spots. Cisco are the only security company in the world with this amount of internet visibility.
Even if employees are not behind the firewall your data is safe as it can protect devices on and off the corporate network.
Your Security Teams
Your security teams will not be bombarded with constant security alerts as threats are blocked before they even materialise.
Since the network was set up in 2006 it has had 100% up-time which means your business does not have to be concerned about breaks in protection… and it can be deployed within minutes!
What is Cisco Umbrella?
Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that provides the first line of defence against threats online. The Umbrella security global infrastructure handles over 100 billion internet requests a day, which are analysed to learn where attacks are being staged even before the first victim is hit.
Cisco Umbrella DNS has the intelligence to see attacks before they launch by adopting a simple yet effective methodology: Learn- See- Block
The Cisco Umbrella security service:
- Is the first line of defence against threats like malware, phishing and command and control call-backs over any port or protocol—before threats reach you.
- Gives you the visibility to protect internet access across all devices on your network, roaming users and all office locations.
- Amplifies existing investments by integrating with existing tools and feeds to extend protection and enrich your incident response data
- Investigates threat intelligence on domains IPs, file hashes and networks across the internet
Cisco Umbrella and Ransomware:
Do you know what you would do if you saw the dreaded message: ‘your personal files are encrypted, pay the ransom to retrieve your data’? Though no one ever expects to be hit by such an attack, it is predicted that ransomware hits a new victim every 10 seconds.
This type of cyber-attack has become an extremely lucrative criminal enterprise. While 54% of UK businesses are said to have been hit by a ransomware attack in the past year, over half of these eventually gave in and paid the ransom.
Targeted organisations often believe that paying the ransom is the most cost-effective way to get their data back — and, unfortunately, this may also be the reality. The problem is that every single business that pays to recover their files is directly funding the development of the next generation of ransomware. As a result, ransomware is evolving at an alarming rate with new and more
sophisticated variants. This makes defending your organization’s data against ransomware more critical than ever.
How can Cisco Umbrella help? –Cisco Umbrella is proven to block up to 85% of ransomware attacks
By choosing Cisco Umbrella with Cisco Powered Security, you can get help with security and focus your attention on your business. The cyber security Umbrella service provides built-in protection against ransomware and malware- to help give you peace of mind so that you can focus on business productivity. It also helps keep your organisation safe by intelligently predicting where cyber-attacks are being staged before they strike, helping you mitigate the time and cost spent dealing with cyber-attacks.
The Cisco Umbrella Security service helps keep your organisation safe by delivering clean traffic before it reaches your internal network, effectively learning where attacks are being staged, and blocking threats over all ports and protocols. You can be confident that with secure internet access, you are protected with a first layer of defence against ransomware.