Oconomowoc, Wi. – Greg Walters Inc. announces ArcDrive – rSX, a new ransomware defense system embedded on all ArcDrive systems.
“According to McAfee, ransomware attacks doubled in 2019. Datto says ransomware costs businesses more than $75 billion per year, and Sophos notes that 75% of companies infected with ransomware were running up-to-date endpoint protection. Ransomware is a threat to all of us, but for small and medium-sized companies, a ransomware attack is especially gruesome as it can destroy the business,” says Greg Walters, president, Greg Walters, Inc. “This is why Team ArcDrive is releasing ArcDrive – rSX.”
Most anti-ransomware programs rely on backup files and remediation. ArcDrive – rSX takes a more aggressive posture.
ArcDrive – rSX deploys “self-healing invisible agents” as tripwires. These traps run in a virtual environment or a real operating system and trick cybercriminals into thinking they have found a way to steal credentials or escalate privileges. Within seconds, and even milliseconds of a cybercriminal triggering a trap, the agent sends an administrative alert to your security team, freezes all processes and the infected workstation is shut down.
ArcDrive – rSX is a new and innovative approach to ransomware defense enhancing existing security protocols as the last line of defense.
Converging device, workflow and document management with user account control, and automatic supplies management protected by the most advanced anti-ransomware system on the planet makes the ArcDrive platform a must-have for your technology portfolio.
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