We Stop Ransomware. Period.
From DarkSide, REvil, Emotet, and Ryuk to the next never-before-seen attack, ransomware brings a host of challenges to your organization, from loss of data and customer confidence to double extortion. Our ransomware protection prevents known, unknown, and zero-day attacks. Stop worrying with the best anti-ransomware on the market.
Ransomware Increased by 435%.
Don’t Settle for Less than Prevention.
Deep Instinct research shows ransomware is the one of the three top cyber threats for the C-suite and SecOps practitioners today. Detection and response (EDR) is proving to be too slow to stop ransomware before it encrypts — it’s time for a prevention-first approach.
Classify Ransomware in Real Time.
The Deep Instinct Protection Platform instantaneously recognizes when content is malicious and prevents it in <20ms. Then we take it a step further, classifying malware by threat type to highlight exactly what was prevented, be it ransomware, spyware, a worm, or something else. Fast and accurate malware classification speeds up investigation, reducing risk, improving SOC efficiency, and delivering more complete security.
Prevent the Next Unknown Ransomware Attack.
Ransomware attacks have been escalating in number and scale. Darkside, observed in more than 15 countries, has provided us with a look at the impact of Ransomware-as-a-Service and the damage that can be inflicted. Detection of a ransomware attack can take from minutes to days, meaning you’ve already been compromised. Deep Instinct prevents unknown and zero day attacks in <20ms – stopping the attack before it infects your environment.
Reverse the Trend: Ransomware Attack Protection
According to Cybersecurity Ventures, by 2031 ransomware will cost its victims more than $265 billion annually with a new attack every 2 seconds. Deep Instinct aims to reverse this trend by preventing ransomware infections for 99% of known, unknown, and zero-day attacks. With a multi-layered approach Deep Instinct's anti-ransomware solution prevents all phases of a ransomware attack from succeeding.