Whether you use physical, virtual, or cloud servers, you want to keep your data safe. If your servers are critical to your business and the cost of them being offline is too great, server security needs to be a priority. This is because hackers are much more likely to target servers than singular endpoints since the potential payoff is much higher.
With today’s server security solutions, you can protect your data across multiple environments and deployment scenarios. We also understand that patching your servers’ vulnerabilities or upgrading their operating systems can be difficult and stress inducing, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Browse our collection of free tools to learn how elements of server security, like Host Intrusion Prevention, server hardening, and log inspection, can improve your defence against bad actors and make maintaining the security of your servers simple.
The webinar was based on how Secon Cyber and Trend Micro can help you to protect your organisation with advanced threats.
Due to modern business and technical challenges, organisations are changing the ways in which they conduct their daily business. I
Trend Micro™ Deep Discovery™ enables you to detect, analyse and respond to today’s stealthy ransomware, its variants, including WannaCry, and targeted attacks in real time.
Fake Antivirus (FakeAV) threats have been rampant in the past few years. Various FAKEAV variants have infected millions of PCs and are continuously spreading worldwide.
Take control and decrypt files that have been encrypted by ransomware families.
Whether you use physical, virtual, or cloud servers, you want to keep your data safe. Maintaining best practice when it comes to server security is crucial.
Intercept X for Server delivers protection that has been top-rated by industry experts, combining server-specific features to create a comprehensive, defense-in-depth solution.
Cyber threats to servers continue to evolve in complexity and viciousness at an alarming rate. Devastating ransomware outbreaks such as WannaCry and NotPetya highlighted the need for strong anti-ransomware capabilities.
Contrary to popular belief, every device is worth hacking when the process is automated. It doesn’t matter who or where you are, if you own a company big or small, or have technology in the home.