Atense Cyber Defense has developed comprehensive cyber security software for businesses, corporations and government organizations to protect their computers and networks from cyber threats. The Atense computer vaccine is not hampered by the shortcomings that affect even the latest antivirus software.
Plano, TX – According to announcements by Atense Cyber Defense and President John Almeida, businesses and businesses continue to address cyber security threats after the latest anti-virus and anti-malware programs are deployed. Existing solutions cannot keep up with the rapidly evolving threats. The intense one Computer vaccine protects individual computers that are running the Windows operating system without prior knowledge of the signature or security vulnerabilities of a malware in a network.
Companies are bound by contractual and regulatory obligations to ensure robust cyber security. Constantly monitoring cyber threats across the entire supply chain is a daunting task for companies. The interconnectivity of devices, which include work computers, home computers, smartphones and tablets, is becoming even more complicated. A violation anywhere can lead to loss of revenue and reputation.
Sources show that cyber security risks associated with third-party providers are a key concern for companies. The computer vaccine Atense combats cyber threats such as ransomware and phishing attacks on employees and offers comprehensive data protection. It can help companies demonstrate their willingness to eliminate cyber threats, impress potential customers and do business. Retailers, financial institutions, and health services are all vulnerable to cyber security risks that antivirus software cannot effectively address. Government organizations are particularly vulnerable to local and foreign internet attacks that target sensitive data and can also shut down key services.
Atense has started a Kickstarter project for the Atense Computer Vaccine. You can find more information on our Kickstarter page.
John Almeida, President of Atense Cyber Defense, said: “Malware caused 20.1% of all violations in 2018 and ransomware 4.9%. The average number of security breaches per organization was 145 in 2018, with an average cost of $ 89,655 per breach and an average total cost of cyber crime of $ 13.0 million. Atense’s computer vaccine acts as an input to a computer that controls the programs that can and cannot run on the computer. This requires fewer cybersecurity personnel, which translates into lower costs for higher security. “
He continued: “Atense’s computer vaccine platform improves computer security, reduces 145 infections per company by 25% annually, saves an average of $ 89,655 per incident prevented, while reducing the administrative complexity of cybersecurity, reducing the annual average of $ 3.25 million each Companies and any government agency. “
Regarding the key benefits that Atense offers over traditional antivirus solutions, Almeida said: “Atense’s anti-malware DNA is the only solution that does not require any previous or new malware knowledge. No knowledge of network behavior is required. The solution stops all computer malware without knowing the malware signature. It is a complete protection for a computer that allows authorized software to function freely and stops all computer malware. It is the first and only patented computer vaccine. “
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