Is Your Company Prepared for Fileless Attacks?

Did you know that fileless attacks are estimated to make up 35% of all attacks in 2018?

So, what exactly is a fileless attack? Fileless malware is malicious coding that exists only in memory rather than installed to the target computer’s hard drive- written directly to RAM. The code is injected into the running process, which is then used for the exploit.

77% of successful compromises involved fileless techniques.

Experts may tell you that these attacks cannot be prevented by endpoint security solutions. But Bitdefender challenges themselves to protect customers against the full spectrum of threats!

How does Bitdefender prevent a fileless attacks?

Unlike other applications that require administrators to manually write rules to bluntly block certain routines, Bitdefender’s layered next-gen endpoint solution works out of the box, and provides the flexibility to tune detection sensitivity.

Bitdefender GravityZone Elite and Ultra are the first endpoint security solutions that can discover and block fileless attacks at pre-execution automatically.

  1. The GravityZone Elite Suite protects your enterprise against the full spectrum of sophisticated cyber threats with speed and accuracy. It leverages machine learning to analyze command lines, scrutinize internet connections, monitor process behavior and protect the memory space of running process.
  2. GravityZone Ultra integrates layered next-gen endpoint protection and easy-to-use EDR platform to accurately protect enterprises against even the most elusive cyber threats. It offers prevention, automated detection, investigation and response tools so enterprise customers can protect their digital assets and respond to these threats.

To learn more about how Bitdefender’s layered next-gen solution can detect and prevent sophisticated attacks such as fileless attacks download our Fileless Attacks Campaign.

 

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