Webroot delivers next-generation endpoint security and threat intelligence services to protect businesses and individuals around the globe. Our smarter approach harnesses the power of cloud-based collective threat intelligence derived from millions of real-world devices to stop threats in real time and help secure the connected world. Our award-winning SecureAnywhere® endpoint solutions and BrightCloud® Threat Intelligence Services protect tens of millions of devices across businesses, home users, and the Internet of Things. Trusted and integrated by market-leading companies, including Cisco, F5 Networks, Aruba, Palo Alto Networks, A10 Networks, and more, Webroot is headquartered in Colorado and operates globally across North America, Europe, and Asia. Discover Smarter Cybersecurity™ solutions at www.webroot.com.
Kelvin Murray, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, Webroot
Get an in-depth look at the newest threats.
More and more, cybercriminals are targeting small- and medium-sized businesses with increasingly sophisticated attacks. And with more regulations and costly fines for non-compliance, a single data breach could spell the end for an SMB.
To stay safe, businesses and MSPs who serve them need to know the lay of the land. Join our 30 minute informative webinar to get details about the latest trends in cyber threats.
Topics in this webinar include:
• Current threat trends hitting SMBs
• Ransomware, phishing, Trojans, cryptomining , cryptojacking
• How to stay ahead of the latest cyberattacks
For years, cybercriminals have been experimenting with new ways to steal and extort money from their victims. Ranging from the fake FBI computer locks that demanded Ukash and Moneypak; to the emergence of cryptocurrency and its part in the ransomware business model; to today's crypto-mining attacks, this presentation will explore the past decade's worth of crypto-activity and how you can stay safe.
“My business is too small to be a target.”
“My employees already know better than to click phishing links.”
Sure, those are the usual lines. But you know the truth: cybercriminals are targeting your end users. In fact, 93% of breaches* are caused by users falling for phishing traps.
Join our complimentary webinar to hear how you can drastically reduce the phishing risk to your business by training your end users to be a strong line of defense.
We’ll discuss how to:
•Assess your users’ ability to spot real-world phishing attacks
•Deliver training to help your end users identify phishing and other social engineering tactics
•Plan, schedule, and run successful Security Awareness Training programs to reduce risk
Over the past couple of years nearly every new security vendor, and many of the established vendors have started talking about Machine Learning as if it’s something new. Webroot won an innovation Edison Award in 2012 (over 6 years ago) for our use of Machine Learning in conjunction with our Webroot SecureAnywhere endpoint security. And, now we hear terms like Next Gen; AI; Machine Learning; Neural Nets and more banded around like they are something revolutionary, when frankly they are passé, out of context, buzzwords most of the time.
This webinar will take you through how Webroot has been applying machine learning for well over 10 years now to create actionable threat intelligence to stop attacks across a wide range of threats and help you understand Machine Learning past the hype.
According to the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, human error was directly involved in 65%* of successful breaches in the last year, proving cybersecurity isn’t just a technology issue. People are the first line of defense against cyber threats, so educating them should be a major priority at your organization.
Join our upcoming webinar to learn about the risks associated with user error, and how security education can boost your bottom line.
Get the facts you need to stay safe against today's threats.
When it comes to cybersecurity, change is the only constant. Analysts, researchers, and security companies worked quickly to identify and block emerging threats throughout 2017, but attackers were just as quick in finding new ways to evade defenses.
The Webroot Threat Report shares a glimpse into our discoveries and analysis of threat activity during the year to equip you with the knowledge you need to overcome modern cybercrime.
The report covers:
- Trends in malware and potentially unwanted applications (PUAs)
- IP addresses and their impact on security
- Latest trends in ransomware and cryptojacking
- How URL reputations and classifications help combat attacks
- The evolution of phishing attacks
- Mobile application threats
From websites that deliver malvertising to drive-by downloads that drop ransomware from a command and control server. Uncontrolled web usage is a huge risk for any business, no matter the size. But you can't just not use the internet. So how do you keep your business, end users and customers safe? -- With advanced web filtering at the DNS layer. Watch this video to see Webroot in action for yourself.
Learn more at webroot.com/us/en/business/dns-protection
Uncontrolled web usage is a risk for any organization, especially when average, non-business devices with questionable security can use your WiFi. You need to protect the people and devices that connect to your network—but you also need to protect your network from the risks those connections bring.
Webroot SecureAnywhere® DNS Protection is an easy, straightforward way to secure guest/public WiFi connections, enforce acceptable web access policies on guest devices, gain visibility, and block up to 88% of malware before has the chance to damage your business and reputation.
Join this webinar to learn all about Webroot SecureAnywhere® DNS Protection Guest WiFi.
Traditional endpoint security is dead. Watch this video to see how Webroot's cloud based architecture takes the workload off endpoints and into data centers where behavior recognition immediately categorizes threats. See for yourself how the Webroot Intelligence Network protects you individually in stopping malware in real time. Threats are captured and analyzed in milliseconds. There is a reason we receive more 5-star reviews than any other Endpoint Security vendor!
2017 saw a significant number of major events that showcased cybercriminal inventiveness. So-called “soft targets”, i.e., companies without adequate security measures or resources, were hit harder than ever before and will continue to be on cybercriminals’ hit lists. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the malware trends and tactics that prevailed in the last year, and how you can keep your business ahead in 2018.