Be aware without a care with Bitdefender 2020
For all your internetconnected devices
KEEP YOUR ENTERPRISE SAFEAGAINST SOPHISTICATED CYBER THREATS
Bitdefender, the global cybersecurity leader protecting over 500 million systems across 150 countries, is proud to announce it has been named a leader in the burgeoning smart home security market... Read More
Six in every ten businesses have experienced a breach in either in the last three years. At least a third of infosec professionals (36%) whose employers had not recently been... Read More
Bitdefender BOX, the revolutionary device that protects all smart gadgets and connected devices in your home from cybercriminals, now lets you easily turn off the home assistant by pressing a... Read More
Bitdefender, a global cybersecurity leader protecting over 500 million systems across 150 countries, is pleased to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has recognized Bitdefender in its... Read More
The agreement makes Bitdefender a CVE Numbering Authority (CNA), a term describing organizations authorized to assign CVE IDs to vulnerabilities affecting products within their scope. The IDs are used as... Read More
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Threat actors are shifting to fileless attacks. Experts would tell you that these attacks cannot be prevented by endpoint security solutions. At Bitdefender, we challenge ourselves to protect our customers against the full spectrum of threats – file-based and fileless malware.
As retailers and e-commerce organizations continually examine security solutions to uphold PCI DSS requirements, they face a threat environment that is in constant change.
This solution brief describes an approach that goes beyond traditional endpoint security in physical, virtual and mobile environments, and describes how GravityZone delivers high performance in all three, without sacrificing protection and compliance needs for PCI DSS v3.0.
In an ever-evolving virtualization landscape, security and compliance remain key concerns for organizations looking to adopt cloud computing models. Current approaches to security for datacenters still rely on traditional in-guest agents that are too resource-heavy and difﬁ cult to manage in virtualized environments