Detection is Critical – Prevention is Far More Effective

This year, it is predicted that businesses world-wide will spend over $155 billion on cyber security software and services. Despite this, according to Accenture, the consensus of two-thirds of business leaders is that their risk of a successful attack is still increasing – we don’t have the upper hand.

When One Door Shuts Another Back Door Opens
It is not surprising that we struggle to keep pace with increasing threats, according to a ThreatRepublic article, 250,000 new malware variants appear every single day. Although we put in place sophisticated advanced threat protection solutions, these are reliant on intelligence and the world is struggling to keep pace. As each door is closed, each day 250,000 new ones open.

We Need to Focus Back on Prevention
Over recent years there has been a realisation that it is not a case of if you will be attacked, but when. As such a lot of emphasis has been placed on advanced detection solutions, enabling organisations to spot anomalies across their infrastructure and identify breaches. Whereas this is critical, to reclaim the upper hand we should always be looking for better ways to prevent these attacks in the first place.

The NAK team are excited about Deep Instinct, a solution that takes a prevention-first approach to stopping ransomware and other malwares and is transforming the ability of companies large and small to prevent 99% of known and unknown cyber-attacks.

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