Intercept X and CryptoGuard
Our Intercept X product has a feature called CryptoGuard. When we see any malicious encryption happening we stop it in its tracks. Then we roll-back any changes made by the ransomware.
TYPES OF THREATS
Traditional approaches struggle to keep up with unknown threats 400K: The number NEW malware samples SophosLabs analyzes every day.
The gap in defenses has allowed new threats to arise, most notably ransomware. $2500: The average ransomware victim pays out $2500 per attack (Ponemon). 7% of the time they pay over $10K (Ponemon). Recently we’ve seen ransomware victim Reckitt Benckiser and Maersk shipping claim losses of $100 million and $300 million from ransomware.
Attackers are constantly creating new malware variants, this unknown malware is more difficult for traditional techniques to detect. 75%/25%: Of the 400K samples analyzed by SophosLabs, approximately 75% of the samples are unique to that specific
organization, meaning they are unknown.