Protection for sensitive company data – without back doors, guaranteed.
Almost 30 percent of companies have suffered financial damage in recent years due to cyber attacks – and 27 percent have suspected an attack. One reason for this is that software security flaws are frequently underestimated as gateways for cyber attacks and industrial spying. The current G DATA Generation 13 business solutions set benchmarks in terms of network security, functionality and usability. Following the redevelopment of G DATA PatchManagement, IT departments and managers can permanently keep an eye on the update status of clients and find the function they need faster, thanks to the clearer dashboard. This makes it possible to reduce both costs and the time spent on administration. Trade visitors can only find GERMANSICHERHEIT on the Gitex at hall 1,stand C1-13.
According to Microsoft, on average 22 vulnerabilities are discovered each day – which equals around 8000 flaws per year. Around 70 percent of those are actively exploited for cyber attacks – even though a patch has already been made available for 90 percent of the vulnerabilities at the time of the respective attack.
Cyber criminals exploit these security flaws to attack companies. This enables the perpetrators to steal sensitive company data and gain access to the network.
PatchManagement: always fully up-to-date
On the average company computer, 74 different applications are installed, some 69 percent of which come from third party providers. This means that the IT department has to work with over 30 different update processes, and administrators quickly lose sight of what's going on.
Companies can keep their IT infrastructure permanently up to date with the powerful G DATA add-on module PatchManagement. With the assistance of the world's biggest patch database, the module offers reliable information on updates for installed programs. This means that potential vulnerabilities are reliably closed before they can be exploited by attackers. Improved usability and a clearer dashboard make it easy to keep track of the update status of the clients.
The PatchManagement module now fully supports all modern Windows systems with completely automated security updates. The re-engineered module is available for the G DATA Business Generation 13.1 solutions ANTIVIRUS, CLIENT SECURITY and ENDPOINT PROTECTION.
The most important G DATA PatchManagement features at a glance
- Fast updates for all Windows-based systems and removal of all application-specific vulnerabilities
- Classification of patches by priority
- Software inventarisation throughout the entire company network, with integrated blacklisting and whitelisting enabling swift identification of software that does not comply with company guidelines
- Full integration of PatchManagement in the central G DATA Administrator and in the ReportManager, providing a transparent overview
- Numerous configuration options to adapt PatchManagement processes to the customer's business structure as closely as possible
- Easily scalable to support future software products
- Fast update distribution via client or group detection and deployment jobs
- Access to over 15,000 pretested patches
G DATA MANAGED ENDPOINT SECURITY
Smaller companies that do not have a separate IT department need not compromise when it comes to IT security, thanks to G DATA MANAGED ENDPOINT SECURITY. Remote administration enables business managers to focus on their core business, while their IT service provider permanently keeps an eye on the security of their network. Protection of business customers is combined with the convenience of managed services in one all-round, worry-free package for partners and their customers. G DATA MANAGED ENDPOINT SECURITY is an easy-to-use remote administration module that enables service providers to administer customers' networks, even when they cannot be there on site.
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IT security was invented in Germany: G DATA Software AG is considered to be the inventor of AntiVirus. It was more than 25 years ago that the company, founded in Bochum in 1985, developed the first program to combat computer viruses. These days, G DATA is one of the world's leading providers of IT security solutions.
Test results prove that IT security "Made in Germany" offers users the best possible protection. Stiftung Warentest has been testing Internet security products since 2005. In all seven tests performed between 2005 and 2014, G DATA achieved the best virus detection. In comparative tests by AV-TEST, G DATA regularly demonstrates the best results in the detection of computer malware. Internationally, G DATA InternetSecurity has also been awarded best Internet security package by independent consumer magazines – in countries such as Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and the USA.
The product range comprises security solutions for end customers as well as medium to large-sized enterprises. G DATA security solutions are available worldwide in more than 90 countries.
For more information about the company and G DATA security solutions, see www.gdatasoftware.com.