Establishing effective IT security defenses is a necessity for the entire healthcare industry, from the largest health systems and payers to single-physician practices, research institutions, and medical device developers. 

When it comes to ransomware, according to a recent survey of healthcare IT leaders commissioned by Palo Alto Networks and conducted by HIMSS Analytics, 90% of respondents reported their organization had been the target of a ransomware attack within the past year.

The same survey discovered that “educating employees on cyber risks like phishing” was their number one greatest vulnerability.  Additionally, respondents noted that unmanaged endpoints was the area where their organizations were least prepared to stop cyberattacks.

How can you provide endpoint protection against ransomware and other evasive attacks -  when according to a recent report by the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force -  you face five primary problem areas?

  • Severe lack of security talent
  • Legacy equipment
  • Premature/Over-connectivity
  • Vulnerabilities impacting patient care
  • Known vulnerabilities epidemic

With next-generation endpoint security.  Because every healthcare cyberattack ultimately targets an endpoint, advanced endpoint protection needs to be an integral component of any healthcare organization’s security architecture.

Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ advanced endpoint protection offering addresses these five problem areas with a prevention first approach.  Additionally, Traps is a key component of Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform.

Read this white paper and learn how to:

  • Automate Prevention – empower a small security team to manage 1000s of endpoints with easy deployment and automated endpoint prevention
  • Block “Zero Day” & Known Exploits – mitigate the risk of unpatched systems by blocking the exploitation techniques attackers use
  • Stop Malware – maximize malware coverage by reducing the attack surface and increasing the accuracy of malware detection
  • Improve Caregiver Efficiency – enable clinician mobility with the performance advantages of a small footprint and signature-less VDI design

 

Traps: Advanced Endpoint Protection

Palo Alto Networks Advanced Endpoint Protection represents a complete paradigm shift from identification to pure prevention. Providing comprehensive exploit and malware prevention that is not designed to identify; instead, it prevents an attack before the malware can be successful.
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Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection AV-Comparatives Award

AV-Comparatives, the independent organization that tests and assesses antivirus (AV) software, announced the completion of its 2017 “Comparison of Next-Generation Security Products” and presented Traps advanced endpoint protection with its “Approved” award. The firm conducted a series of malware protection and exploit prevention tests on Traps during September and October 2017. Download the report to view the results of this test.
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Traps Advanced Endpoint Protection Technology Overview

Most organizations deploy a number of security products to protect their endpoints, including one or more traditional antivirus solutions. Nevertheless, cyber breaches continue to increase in frequency, variety and sophistication. Faced with the rapidly changing threat landscape, current endpoint security solutions and antivirus can no longer prevent security breaches on the endpoint. Palo Alto Networks® Traps™ advanced endpoint protection replaces traditional antivirus with a unique combination of the most effective, purpose-built, malware and exploit prevention methods that pre-emptively block known and unknown threats from compromising a system.
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2018 NSS Labs Advanced Endpoint Protection Report

Palo Alto Networks advanced endpoint protect Traps achieved the rating of “Recommend” in the 2018 NSS Labs Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP) Test. This test aims to determine how effectively the AEP product can protect against a threat, regardless of the infection vector or method of obfuscation. The AEP test evaluated several vendors ability to detect, prevent, continuously monitor and take action against malware, exploits, evasions and blended threats.
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SilverTerrier: The Rise of Nigerian Business Email Compromise

Through our analysis, it remains clear that Nigerian cyber actors will continue to expand their attacks in terms of size, scope and capabilities. According to law enforcement organizations, the exposed losses to businesses worldwide from these threat actors are now estimated to be more than US$3 billion. Given the substantial risk these actors pose, we present techniques to enable large-scale attribution efforts to combat this threat. In doing so, we demonstrate a repeatable and sustainable process to identify SilverTerrier infrastructure and put preventive measures in place prior to the first samples of malware reaching our security products.
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Unit 42 Report - Ransomware: Unlocking the Lucrative Criminal Business Model

Download the report to learn about the rise of ransomware, how adversaries are refining and improving their tactics, and what you can do to better defend your organization against them.
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