Ransomware Protection Market Microsoft Corporation, Sophos Ltd., Trend Micro Incorporated …

… Corporation, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes Corp, McAfee Inc., Avast Software, Cisco System Inc., and Webroot Inc. Key Financial Parameters.

Ransomware Protection Market Research report contains a qualified and in-depth examination of industry which provides overview of Product Specification, technology, product type and production analysis considering major factors such as Revenue, Cost Profit Analysis, Gross and Gross Margin. It also covers detailed competitive outlook including the Ransomware Protection market share and company profiles of the key participants operating in the global market.

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The report organizes the Ransomware Protection Market across the globe into distinct portion based on industry standards. It also distinguishes the market based on geographical regions. The Ransomware Protection report mainly throws light on dominant players in the regions of (North America, Europe, China, Japan, Latin America and India). Other regions can be added accordingly.

History Year: 2012-2017 || Base Year: 2017: || Estimated Year: 2018 || Forecast Year: 2018 – 2026

Ransomware Protection Market report gain strategically significant competitor information, analysis, and insights to formulate effective R&D strategies, identify emerging players with the potentially strong product portfolio and create effective counter-strategies to gain competitive advantage. Ransomware Protection market report identifies potential new clients or partners in the target demographic, develop strategic initiatives by understanding the focus areas of leading companies, plan mergers and acquisitions effectively by identifying key players.

Ransomware Protection Market Top Keyplayers: Microsoft Corporation, Sophos Ltd., Trend Micro Incorporated, Symantec Corporation, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes Corp, McAfee Inc., Avast Software, Cisco System Inc., and Webroot Inc.

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Inside this section, global competitive landscape and also supply/demand design of this global Ransomware Protection present market was studied precisely. The Ransomware Protection market report shows the key market players from these company profiles, market share, product information, construction plants, and capacity, Ransomware Protection promote growth and marketing and advertising planning utilized by them

Trend and forecast analysis: Market trend, forecast and Analysis to 2026 by segments and region:

  • Segmentation analysis: Global market size by various applications such as product, material, shape, and end use in terms of value and volume shipment.
  • Regional analysis: Global market breakdown by North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World.
  • Growth opportunities: Analysis on growth opportunities in different applications and regions in the global Market
  • Strategic analysis: This includes new product development, and competitive landscape in the global Market

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  • Manufacturer / Potential Investors
  • Traders, Distributors, Wholesalers, Retailers, Importers and Exporters.
  • Association and government bodies.

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Mobile Anti Malware Market to See Incredible Growth During 2024

Several mobile anti malware providers such as Symantec Corporation and Kaspersky Lab are providing anti-malware software for Windows mobile …

Mobile anti-malware software provide protection to mobile devices against unwanted spyware that access information without the users’ knowledge. Malware attacks are one of the most significant challenges for cyber security. These threats ascertain and exploit vulnerabilities and then use these identified vulnerabilities for further incursion into a mobile network. Mobile anti-malware delivers full life-cycle security against zero-day and phishing with a complete in-depth security framework.

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  • Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware Vendors
  • Value Added Resellers
  • Service Providers and Distributors
  • Smartphones Manufacturers

The primary drivers of mobile anti malware market are increasing trend for cloud storage, Internet of Things (IoT) platforms, and smart phones devices which transforms the information technology (IT) world and redefines the scope for cyber security. These technologies and devices are making digital information to be distributed in a better manner. As distributed information is vulnerable to cyber-attacks, the need for mobile anti malware software solutions has increased in the recent years, with increasing personal data breach incidences in the recent past such as i-cloud data breach.

With the technological evolution and increasing competition among smartphone users, additional consumer centric features are expected to be incorporated in the near future, which is expected to lay the necessity of additional layers of security, including data encryption. This is expected to drive the market during the forecast period. Ever changing technology and platforms of mobile devices are the biggest challenges mobile anti malware market.

Segmentation of mobile anti malware market on the basis of mobile operating systems:

  • Android Operating System:

Google use Google Bouncer malware scanner to detect and scan applications accessible in Google play store. Several mobile security firms such as Lookout Mobile Security, AVG Technologies, and McAfee, Inc. have delivered antivirus software for Android devices.

  • iOS:

iOS is specially designed for apple hardware. This operating system is said to be more secure than android, but in recently some malware including XcodeGhost, WireLurker, Masque Attack, Oleg Pliss Ransom Case, and SSL Flaw have exploited the system and have breached the data for Apple smart phone devices.

  • Windows Operating System:

Microsoft Corporation launched windows operating system for mobile devices to compete android and iOS based smartphones. Several mobile anti malware providers such as Symantec Corporation and Kaspersky Lab are providing anti-malware software for Windows mobile devices.

  • BlackBerry Operating System :

Mobile security software providers such as AVG Technology and Kaspersky Lab provide the anti-malware software for blackberry devices. This anti-malware software provides security from computer virus and spyware. It also manages battery, storage, and data package usages of devices from BlackBerry.

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The main purpose of mobile anti-malware is to act against any spam or cyber threat in smart phone devices. Asia-Pacific region has more than 1 billion smartphone users and 1.3 billion internet users, according to Emarketer and Statista respectively. China has witnessed highest number of malicious activities in the recent past. Apart from china, India is also having around 300 million smart phone users creating very strong potential for mobile anti-malware software. Total number of smart phone users in Asia-Pacific region accounts for more than 1 billion, making it the largest market for mobile anti-malware market.

North America is expected to be the second largest market of mobile anti-malware market with the U.S. having around 170 million smart phones users, according to Statista. Latin America is also showing steady growth in terms of smart phone adoption. Almost 84 % of smartphone users are from countries including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru, according to Emarketer. Countries such as Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the Middle East and Africa market are expected to witness highest adoption of mobile anti-malware software during the forecast period.

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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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Cybereason bags $200M in funding to make enterprise security more efficient

Boston-based Cybereason Inc. can now count itself among the best-funded startups in the cybersecurity market thanks to a newly closed $200 million …

Boston-based Cybereason Inc. can now count itself among the best-funded startups in the cybersecurity market thanks to a newly closed $200 million round that was announced today.

SoftBank Group Corp. and affiliates provided the entirety of the new capital. The Japanese carrier has been a Cybereason investor for four years, since before it launched the SoftBank Vision Fund that would turn it into a leading name in the venture capital world.

Cybereason’s flagship product is an endpoint protection platform that both detects malware and provides tools for investigating data breaches. The malware neutralization is carried out by a built-in antivirus, which finds threats by looking for suspicious activity patterns. If, say, a file on an employee laptop suddenly tries to encrypt other documents kept on the machine, Cybereason can deduce that it’s ransomware and halt the encryption attempt.

The startup’s pitch to network protection teams is that its software can save them a considerable amount of work. Cybereason claims that the platform allows one security analyst to monitor 150,000 endpoints, compared with the typical ratio of one analyst per 20,000.

Overall, Cybereason protects more than 6 million endpoints worldwide. The startup has customers in major vertical markets such as healthcare, banking, defense and technology.

Besides boosting Cybereason’s business growth, the new $200 million from SoftBank should also allow the startup to expand its hacker monitoring operation. Cybereason has a team of analysts that regularly publishes research about cyberattacks and new forms of malware. One of the startup’s most recent discoveries is Sodinokibi, a particularly evasive ransomware strain that actively hides from antivirus engines.

Cybereason has raised a total of $389 million in funding to date and is now reportedly valued at $900 million. The startup’s others backers besides SoftBank are CRV, Lockheed Martin Corp. and Spark Capital.

Technology investors are pouring massive amounts of capital into the security market in a bid to seize upon the segment’s rapid growth. Last year, cybersecurity startups attracted an estimated $5.3 billion in funding, up 20% compared with 2017 and double the investment level recorded for 2016.

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Equifax Cash Settlement Backtracking Leaves a Bad Taste

The FTC should have known that the mere existence of firms like Credit Karma shows the monetary value of credit monitoring to consumers to be $0.

Last month, the Federal Trade Commission, in conjunction with the Consumer Financial Protection Board and all 50 US states, announced a settlement of up to $700 million with Equifax over that company’s 2017 data breach exposing personal information on 147 million Americans. This settlement was different from some previous ones, where the main benefit to victims—if there was any at all—was free credit monitoring. In this case, victims could opt for a cash payment of up to $125 instead of credit monitoring and could apply for additional financial restitution for time wasted dealing with Equifax’s negligence. The FTC said the settlement included up to $425 million to help those affected by the breach.

Unsurprisingly, this was big news, and we in the media responded by publicizing the heck out of it (see “You May Be Entitled to $125 or More in the Equifax Breach Settlement,” 26 July 2019). People responded, with millions signing up for their cash payments: $125 if you already had credit monitoring and $25 per hour for up to 20 hours that you spent dealing with the breach, plus coverage of your out-of-pocket losses up to $20,000. Sounds good, right? Finally, the people who are actually harmed in a data breach are recompensed for their trouble!

That was when the fine print got big. It turns out that the actual settlement caps the $125 alternative reimbursement payments at $31 million, and it caps the claims for lost time at another $31 million. In both cases, if the claims exceed the cap, all payments will be reduced on a prorated basis. So much for that $425 million number.

Within a few days, Robert Schoshinski, Assistant Director in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection at the FTC, was bluntly encouraging everyone to take the free credit monitoring instead of the payments because millions of people had already signed up for the cash. The FTC also updated the FAQ in its informational page about the settlement to clarify the payment caps and the likelihood that you’d get much less than was promised.

That may be the reality of the situation, but it leaves a bad taste in the mouth for a variety of reasons.

Denial Isn’t Just a River in Egypt

Back in 2017, Equifax’s then-CEO, Richard Smith, apologized in an op-ed in USA Today. But apparently, once such an apology has been published (and the CEO who made it has been sent packing along with the chief information officer and chief information security officer), the company can negotiate a different reality.

The breach settlement site now says:

Equifax denies any wrongdoing, and no judgment or finding of wrongdoing has been made.

It grates to have Equifax—whose negligence resulted in information about 147 million Americans being exposed to criminals—pretending that it did nothing wrong. If it had done everything right, the breach never would have happened in the first place. Hackers are not an “act of god” equivalent to an earthquake or tornado. Equifax should be saying:

We messed up. We manage a vast amount of confidential, potentially damaging information about nearly all Americans, and we failed to protect it. For that, and for any inconvenience, emotional distress, or financial hardship that our negligence caused, we are truly sorry. Here’s how we’re going to make it up to you.

Making the bad taste worse is the fact that those Equifax executives got to “retire” (rather than being fired), which means that they’ll keep their unvested stock compensation. For ex-CEO Richard Smith, that was worth over $90 million.

Fines and Restitution

In the law, there is a difference between a fine and restitution. Fines go to the government prosecuting the crime, whereas restitution goes to the victims of the crime. Since we’re talking about a settlement in which Equifax gets to deny all wrongdoing, there’s apparently no crime in play. Regardless, the settlement includes both. The fines include $175 million to the states and $100 million to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and the restitution is the $425 million directed to repay consumers.

Many of us are angry with the FTC’s settlement because the $31 million caps mean that the initial promise that consumers could get significant cash damages has proven to be false. The FTC should have known that the mere existence of firms like Credit Karma shows the monetary value of credit monitoring to consumers to be $0. Plus, although the credit monitoring also provides identity theft insurance and identity restoration services, Credit Karma suggests that those are not generally worth purchasing on your own. (Happily, Equifax will have to pay other companies to provide these services and can’t benefit in any way from them. So at least the fox’s failure to guard the henhouse isn’t being punished with a chicken dinner.)

The massive interest in those payments shows that the FTC utterly underestimated what consumers actually want in compensation. Perhaps the FTC will adjust its formula the next time this happens, but for now, we just have to swallow our bitter medicine.

We Are the Sausage

The final sour aspect of this situation is the fact that most people never asked to do business with Equifax. We’ve all become concerned about the spread of our personal information and how it can be used against us, but collecting and sharing data about us is Equifax’s core business (as it is for competitors Experian and TransUnion too).

At least the likes of Google and Facebook provide us with services we choose to use in exchange for our data. In comparison, the credit reporting agencies sell our data to other companies with whom we want to do business. They couldn’t care less about us because we’re just raw materials to them. It’s easy to find examples (Equifax, Experian, TransUnion) of them being sued for failing to remove incorrect information, concealing charges, and other violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Dealing with pesky consumers is just a cost of doing business.

As the saying goes, if you’re not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold. And if we’re not customers, there’s certainly no need for customer service.

Of course, the final reason the Equifax breach settlement leaves a bad taste in the mouth is that there’s nothing we can do about any of this other than letting the FTC know that we’re unhappy with how things worked out. Perhaps leave a comment on the agency’s blog post. I can’t see it making any difference, but it might make you feel a little better.

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