Internet Security Report
Have you ever wondered what types of cyber attacks affect small to midsize businesses and distributed enterprises? You’ve come to the right place. WatchGuard’s Internet Security Report is based on data coming from 30,000 unified threat management appliances around the world.
Smart Security, Simply Done
Cyber security can be complex, and the technology being deployed to keep up with cyber criminals is only going to get more sophisticated. Effective security is about taking all of these technologies and offering them in a package that is easy to consume for small-to-midsize businesses that are without dedicated security teams. It is about providing the tools and resources that make management simple, while still delivering the level of security your organization requires ― both for today and tomorrow. That’s why we have partnered with WatchGuard, who is dedicated to this mission. Everything WatchGuard does starts with providing the smartest security in the simplest way.
Panda Endpoint Protection is an effective Cloud-native security solution that centralizes advanced protection for all your desktops, laptops and servers.
Keep imposters away from your networks and data with extended user verification that’s easy to use and administer.
The strongest protection from malicious Wi-Fi attacks, in addition to ease of management, customer engagement, and business analytics.
While factors like customer service have obvious influence on a retailers standing, have you considered the impact of your network security? You should, as retailers remain a top target.
Ransomware is an increasingly common method of attack for hackers against organizations of all sizes, compromising millions of computers and mobile devices around the world.
With multiple office locations that often operate as mini stand-alone businesses, distributed enterprises struggle to deploy and manage security throughout all their environments.
It’s in WatchGuard’s DNA to develop enterprise-grade technologies that were previously only available for large organizations, and then provide them to small-to-midsize businesses.
There is never going to be one defense that is effective against all types of malware ― threats change and evolve all the time. A layered approach to security is more than required.