10 Ransomware Protection Tools You Need To Know About
The 10 tools leading the way in the ransomware protection market have emphasized categorizing files at the point of execution, stopping threats without IOC signatures and preventing malicious applications from running on servers.
Suppliers have spent 2020 strengthening their ability to quarantine, detect and remediate ransomware, delivering protection from active directory and workgroups to servers and critical systems. Some suppliers focused heavily on the front-end, scanning workgroups to identify threats and categorizing files and processes at the point of execution to determine if they’re good or bad.
From a detection standpoint, companies have doubled down on their ability to recognize telltale indications of ransomware in software and stop threats without IOC signatures. And on the back-end, vendors have focused on blocking the execution of rogueware before the system is infected and preventing malicious applications from running on servers and critical systems.
Three of the hottest ransomware protection tools of 2019 came from European companies, three came from companies based in the Northeastern United States, three came from companies located in the Western United States, and one came from a supplier in the Southern United States. Read on to learn where suppliers are investing in hopes of keeping ransomware at bay.