Infographic 4 Benefits of Endpoint Security That Adapts to Your Needs
With intrinsic security solutions customized to your business, you’ll simplify and strengthen your protection strategy.
By Insight Editor / 24 Sep 2021
By Insight Editor / 24 Sep 2021
VMware Carbon Black Cloud™ delivers best-in-class, next-generation antivirus and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) — all without compromising system performance.
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VMware Carbon Black Cloud™ will transform your security with intelligent endpoint and workload protection.
Cybercriminals are constantly updating their tactics, obscuring their actions within common tools and processes. An intelligent endpoint platform will help spot the minor fluctuations hiding malicious attacks and adapt prevention in response. Carbon Black combines the system hardening and behavioral prevention needed to keep emerging threats at bay.
Modern cyberattacks utilize advanced tactics, including lateral movement, island hopping and destructive attacks. Carbon Black obstructs these threats by analyzing billions of system events to understand what’s normal in your environment, prevent attackers from abusing legitimate tools and automate your investigation workflow.
Attackers intentionally try to look normal to hide their attacks. While other endpoint security products only collect a dataset related to what is identified as bad, Carbon Black will recognize the good, the bad and the gray. By continuously collecting endpoint activity data, you’ll analyze attacker behavior patterns to detect and stop never-seen-before attacks.
Carbon Black Cloud consolidates multiple endpoint security capabilities using one endpoint agent and console. This single, easy-to-use platform cuts down the management headaches and console thrashing involved in responding to potential incidents. With Carbon Black, you’ll minimize downtime response and return critical CPU cycles back to the business.
Insight and VMware® security solutions enable modern enterprises to deliver better customer and employee experiences, all while staying competitive in the digital economy.
Today, technology isn’t just supporting the business; it’s becoming the business. At Insight, we help you navigate the complex challenges to develop fresh solutions and processes. We’ll help you manage today’s priorities and prepare for tomorrow’s needs.
6 trillion estimated damages from cybersecurity attacks by 20211
70% of attacks featured lateral movement2
57% predicted increase in ransomware damages from 2015-20213
56% of breaches took months or longer to discover4
27% are confident that antivirus will protect them from ransomware5
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2 Carbon Black. (April 2019). “Global Incident Response Threat Report: The Ominous Rise of ‘Island Hopping’ & Counter Incident Response Continues.” https://cdn.www.carbonblack.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/carbon-black-quarterly-incident-response-th reat-report-april-2019.pdf
3 Morgan, S. (2019, October 21). “Global Ransomware Damage Costs Predicted to Reach 20 billion USD by 2021,” Cybercrime Magazine Online. https://cybersecurityventures.com/global-ransomware-damage-costs-predicted-to-reach-20-billion-usd-by-2021/
4 Verizon. (May 2019). “Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.” https://enterprise.verizon.com/resources/reports/2019-data-breach-investigations-report.pdf
5 Carbonite. (2017). “Rise of Ransomware.” https://www.carbonite.com/globalassets/files/white-papers/carbonite-rise-of-ransomware.pdf