“The existing approach to ransomware protection involves detecting malicious software through behavior patterns or signatures and then responding to it. However, this approach fails to prevent ransomware attacks on enterprise infrastructure proactively. To effectively combat malware, adopting a zero-trust policy for core systems is essential, permitting only approved software that is cryptographically signed and implementing application whitelisting on the operating system. The use case document offers insights on digital signature-based application whitelisting and its efficacy in preventing ransomware attacks.”
According to the vendor: “SolCyber’s Foundational Coverage comes with a curated stack of leading technologies coupled with SOC and client management support. Within 30 days, customers are fully onboarded and receiving end-to-end protection across the entire kill-chain. Our dedicated experts are available 24/7 to help customers identify vulnerabilities, respond rapidly to threats, and deploy resilient solutions.”
Cloud-delivered extended detection and response (XDR).
Host-based intrusion prevention system (HIPS) to virtually patch known and unknown vulnerabilities before a patch is available or deployable.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR): analyses data from multiple sources stored in a central data lake.
Harness the power of AI, analytics and rich data to detect stealthy threats, gain cross-data insights to accelerate investigations, and streamline incident response and recovery with Palo Alto Networks Cortex® XDR, the industry’s first extended detection and response platform that stops modern attacks by integrating data from any source. XDR delivers peace of mind with best-in-class endpoint protection that delivered 100% prevention and detection across all 19 evaluation steps in the MITRE ATT&CK® Round 4 evaluation. With Cortex XDR, your SOC team can cut through the noise and focus on what matters most.