AV-TEST Certification Shows Sangfor Technologies Endpoint Secure
Provides High Performance with Low Impact
Sangfor Technologies is pleased to announce the results for AV-Test certification of Sangfor Endpoint Secure, the future of endpoint security. Endpoint Secure has proven to be one of the highest performing endpoint protection products with a perfect Total Performance Impact Score of 6, and the second lowest total impact on performance, with only 7.56%. This is well below the industry average of 11.24%.
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Sangfor NGAF Remains in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls
Sangfor Technologies is proud to announce its 6th consecutive year of inclusion in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Network Firewalls, released on November 9th, 2020! While Sangfor NGAF is well established in the Chinese firewall market, it has become more widely known throughout the Asian region, Europe, and the Middle East. They are quickly becoming a go-to vendor for enterprises of all sizes and many industries.
Gartner Releases their Market Guide for Server Virtualization 2020
Sangfor Technologies, a leading vendor of cyber security & cloud computing solutions, was recently listed in the Gartner 2020 Market Guide for Server Virtualization as one of the Hypervisor-Based Server Virtualization providers. IT leaders are reevaluating their approach to server virtualization, and as always, Gartner, the world’s leading research and advisory company, has risen to the occasion with their 2020 Market Guide for Server Virtualization.
How will Sangfor Rescue the Healthcare Industry from Imminent Cyber-Attack?
Healthcare has always been a hotbed of ransomware activity. These days imminent cyber attacks are occurring almost every day that Hospitals and healthcare facilities have more to fear than the COVID-19 virus. With Emisoft reporting that “at least 41 hospitals and other healthcare providers were successfully attacked during Q1 and Q2. Given that healthcare resources were already stressed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these incidents were especially concerning.”
An Incident Response Plan from the Experts | Are you handling Malware Attacks Correctly?
The top priority for an organization in handling security incidents is to ensure business continuity, minimize the impact of ransomware attacks, and continue to serve customers and users. By following a proper incident handling process and preparing a proper incident response plan, we can make the investigation process smoother, more efficient, and more effective. Click here to learn more about the 4 steps in Incident Response Planning to handle malware attacks correctly.
How Many Types of Malware Out There & Are You Handling Malware Attacks Correctly?
While many organizations are banking on firewalls and antivirus solutions to protect them, in reality, there is no such thing as 100% security. No system is ever entirely safe. There will always be a chance of successful malware attacks due to policy misconfigurations, human mistakes, or malicious insider threat, and even security products are vulnerable or can go down. Before you understand how to handle a malware outbreak, you first must have a basic knowledge of what malware is and how it gains access to networks and compromises servers.