Ransomware Protection Software Market Dynamics, Size, Share, Growth and Forecast To 2025

A new report titled, “Ransomware Protection Software Market” has been … Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes, Avast Software, Cisco System, …
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Market Overview of the Report 2025:

A new report titled, “Ransomware Protection Software Market” has been published by Garner Insights, which includes a detailed study of the market covering different aspects of the market with attributable growth scenario over the forecast period, 2019-2025. The report provides a 360-view of the market comprising each and every business-related information both at a global and regional level. The information has been gathered by means of various sources and afterwards the information is arranged, processed, and represented through different methodological techniques as well as analytical tools like the SWOT analysis to generate an entirely new set of trade-based study regarding the Ransomware Protection Software Market.

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Some of key competitors or manufacturers included in the study are : Microsoft, Sophos, Intel Security, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes, Avast Software, Cisco System, Palo Alto Networks, Sentinelone, Zscaler, Acronis International, Minerva Labs, Barracuda Networks,

Global Ransomware Protection Software market analysis by Type : Software,Solution,

Global Ransomware Protection Software market analysis by Applications : Web Protection,Endpoint Protection,Database Protection,Others,

The report evaluates the growth rate as well the market value based on the key market dynamics and growth inducing factors. This study is based on the latest industry news, growth potentials, and trends. It likewise contains a profound analysis of the market and the competitive scenario, along with the complete analysis of the leading pioneers.

The leading players are focusing mainly on technological advancements in order to improve efficiency and shelf life. The long-term development patterns for this market can be captured by continuing the ongoing process improvements and financial stability to invest in the best strategies.

In terms of geography, the Ransomware Protection Software market includes regions such as the Middle East and Africa, Latin America, North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Europe will show high growth in the following couple of years. India and China will likewise show notable growth, thereby increasing the count of employments. North America, on the other hand, is expected to have a leading share in the Ransomware Protection Software Market over the coming years. Countries in the Latin America will have significant share in the overall market.

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The Global Ransomware Protection Software Market is well characterized in (15) chapters:

-Chapter 1 provides overall market review, market share, growth prospects, product specialization related to global Ransomware Protection Software market;

-Chapter 2 compares the cost structure of the key players, as well as the usage of raw materials with sales, financial status, and price analysis of the overall market;

-Chapter 3 provides a brief about the sales structure as well as the profit earned by the leading market players in emerging regions over the forecast period;

-Chapter 4 presents the regional analysis of Global Ransomware Protection Software market along with the income and sales structure in each region over the forecast period;

-Chapter 5, 6, 7 provides an in-depth analysis of the key countries such as United States, China, Germany, Japan, and Korea, along with their sales and revenues share in the Ransomware Protection Software market;

-Chapter 8 and 9 evaluates the overall market by product type and end-user applications such as market share, sales structure and growth rate;

-Chapter 10 and 11 provides market forecast by region, type and application with revenue and sales from 2019 to 2025;

-Chapter 13, 14 and 15 unveils the different methodologies used to gather information, approaches used in the research findings, Appendix, Conclusion, sales channels, and various data sources.

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Managing the New Risks From Emerging Technologies

The same technological developments and tools that are enabling organizations to transform and advance are also introducing their own set of …

The same technological developments and tools that are enabling organizations to transform and advance are also introducing their own set of potential threats.

The enablers and threats, along with a High-Level Risk Checklist for Emerging Technology, are presented in a new report titled From Risk to Strategy: Embracing the Technology Shift, prepared by Marsh & McLennan Insights with the support of the Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association (PARIMA). This report aims to challenge risk managers to further develop themselves as agile professionals and embrace new perspectives when managing risks.

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Ann Arbor-Based Censys Unveils Enterprise-Level Attack Surface Management Software Platform

Research firm CB Insights recently selected Censys as one of 28 companies pioneering technology with the potential to transform the cybersecurity …
  • Censys is premiering the upcoming launch of its new enterprise-level attack surface management software platform at the Black Hat USA 2019 conference

Censys — a leading provider of Internet security data trusted by Google and The US Department of Homeland Security — is premiering the upcoming launch of its enterprise-level attack surface management software platform that provides real-time visibility and actionable insights over entire network attack surfaces at the Black Hat USA 2019 conference.

The Censys SaaS offering — which is going to be available this fall — will enable security and IT personnel from enterprise organizations to automatically detect, view, and monitor all assets and infrastructure including hosts, software, domains, and IoT devices in order to mitigate exposures and threats and proactively prevent attacks before they lead to brand damage and data breach. And the platform’s intuitive dashboard gives users real-time visibility of risks, vulnerabilities, and exposures from an attacker’s perspective and notifies users when they should investigate changes in assets and anomalous behavior. Plus a network changelog displays a timeline of security events such as certificate and domain issue and expiration dates and when new services were exposed to the Internet.

Founded by CEO David Corcoran, David Adrian, chief technologist Zakir Durumeric, and J. Alex Halderman, Censys raised over $2.6 million since officially launching in 2017. And the company’s investors include Greylock and GV (formerly Google Ventures). Duo Security co-founder, chairman, and CEO Dug Song serves as a company’s advisor.

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“The possibility of discovering an unknown asset or vulnerability that could be exploited by adversaries keeps the IT community up at night. In order to prevent critical security risks, corporations absolutely must have an up-to-date inventory of all assets and connected devices used by their employees, contractors, and vendors,” said Corcoran in a statement. “The ability to continuously monitor your global attack surfaceand to receive real-time notifications on threats or suspicious activity will take a large burden off IT and security teams.”

Interestingly, Censys scanned the entire Internet for security-relevant data to provide a comprehensive view of the world’s networks and devices since 2013. And the new Censys platform allows businesses to gain the same security insights and global visibility that security researchers and threat hunters have been leveraging through Censys for the past six years.

Research firm CB Insights recently selected Censys as one of 28 companies pioneering technology with the potential to transform the cybersecurity industry as it is able to fight threats by analyzing real-time internet data.

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Censys To Unveil Attack Surface Visibility Platform at Black Hat

Earlier this year, research firm CB Insights selected Censys as one of 28 companies pioneering technology with the potential to transform the …
Enterprise-level attack surface management software platform provides automatic attack surface monitoring and real-time alerts.

LAS VEGAS — Censys, Inc., the leading provider of Internet security data trusted by the likes of Google and The US Department of Homeland Security, today from Black Hat USA 2019, announced the upcoming launch of its enterprise-level attack surface management software platform that provides real-time visibility and actionable insights over entire network attack surfaces.

Available this fall, the Censys SaaS offering will enable security and IT personnel from enterprise organizations to automatically detect, view and monitor all assets and infrastructure including hosts, software, domains, and IOT devices, in order to mitigate exposures and threats, and to proactively prevent attacks before they lead to brand damage and data breach. The platform’s easy-to-use dashboard gives users real-time visibility of risks, vulnerabilities and exposures from an attacker’s perspective and notifies users when they should investigate changes in assets and anomalous behavior. A network changelog displays a timeline of security events such as certificate and domain issue and expiration dates and when new services were exposed to the Internet.

“The possibility of discovering an unknown asset or vulnerability that could be exploited by adversaries keeps the IT community up at night. In order to prevent critical security risks, corporations absolutely must have an up-to-date inventory of all assets and connected devices used by their employees, contractors and vendors,” said Censys CEO and co-founder David Corcoran. “The ability to continuously monitor your global attack surface and to receive real-time notifications on threats or suspicious activity will take a large burden off IT and security teams.”

Since 2013, Censys has scanned the entire Internet for security relevant data to provide a comprehensive view of the world’s networks and devices. The new Censys platform allows businesses to gain the same security insights and global visibility that security researchers and threat hunters have been leveraging through Censys for the past six years. Earlier this year, research firm CB Insights selected Censys as one of 28 companies pioneering technology with the potential to transform the cybersecurity industry for its ability to fight threats by analyzing real-time internet data.

Premiering at Black Hat USA 2019, Censys will be offering product demonstrations and custom company exposure reports at booth #IC2206.

About Censys

Censys, Inc.™ is the gold standard in data-driven security used by researchers, corporations, and governments to find and analyze every device connected to the Internet. Founded in 2013 by the creators of ZMap, Censys gives organizations the visibility they need to fight threats by continuously analyzing real-time Internet data. Customers like FireEye, Google, NATO, Swiss Armed Forces, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security have relied on Censys data to proactively prevent cybersecurity threats. Censys was recognized by CB Insights as a 2019 Cyber Defender for pioneering technology with the potential to transform the cybersecurity industry. To learn more, visit censys.io and follow Censys on Twitter.

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ZenGo Crypto Wallet Fends Off Hackers with ZoOm Authentication

Toward the end of June, cryptocurrency wallet provider ZenGo challenged its users — and any other interested hackers, really — to try to break into its …

“The lion’s share of credit for this achievement goes to FaceTec, which provided the ZoOm authentication software used by ZenGo.”

Biometrics News: ZenGo Crypto Wallet Fends Off Hackers with ZoOm Authentication

Toward the end of June, cryptocurrency wallet provider ZenGo challenged its users — and any other interested hackers, really — to try to break into its wallet, offering a reward of one Bitcoin. And with the month-long challenge now over, ZenGo hasn’t lost anything on its end of the wager, with no successful hacks reported.

The lion’s share of credit for this achievement goes to FaceTec, which provided the ZoOm authentication software used by ZenGo. ZoOm allows end users to log into their accounts through selfie authentication, requiring no specialized hardware — just a standard smartphone camera. And crucially, it features sophisticated liveness detection capabilities with Level-2 certification in iBeta’s Presentation Attack Detection evaluation, ensuring that hackers can’t spoof the authentication system by using things like recorded videos of an authorized user, or even sophisticated masks.

That sophistication has allowed ZenGo to implement ZoOm as the primary login system for its eponymous wallet, bypassing the need for archaic security mechanisms like usernames and passwords. And it has ensured the success of the ZenGo Challenge, with no reported hacks of the system despite ZenGo’s having provided a hi-res image of its CEO’s face.

“This challenge demonstrated that even if someone were to obtain your email address and your iCloud account, they still would not be able to hack your wallet,” ZenGo explained in a blog post announcing its success in the ZenGo Challenge. “Attackers would need access to your email, iCloud, and your real life biometrics before they could steal your funds.”

That demonstration of security may help to attract more users to the ZenGo platform, which now enables the in-app purchase of cryptocurrency. And it should help to further elevate the profile of FaceTec, which has established itself as one of the world’s leading pioneers in biometric authentication with its ZoOm solution.

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