Protect Your Business Against Malware
The risk of being the victim of a malware infection has increased substantially in the past decades. Businesses are particularly susceptible to malware attacks because their networks are most attractive to cybercriminals. Cybercriminals design sophisticated malware attacks to override security systems that businesses like yours rely on for cyber safety. Not only are malware attacks becoming more sophisticated, but they are also more aggressive. Malware software can steal sensitive business information and affect operations due to slow computer systems, excessive pop-ups, and slower internet connection. Oftentimes, business owners and employees may not suspect a malware infection due to how subtle modern malware software can be.
Integrated Technology’s cybersecurity experts work closely with you to design innovative malware incident response solutions to prevent malware attacks from affecting operations and your business information. Our response methods to avoid, mitigate, and reduce the harm of malware incidents prevent critical information from damaging and disabling computer systems in businesses that are vulnerable to attacks. Integrated Technology’s solutions have a proven track record of thwarting malicious software so businesses can operate with the confidence of having top-notch security.
Frequently Asked Questions
Malware, or malicious software, steals critical information from your system by logging someone’s keystrokes, exposing credentials, spam, or spying on system files. During the extraction of sensitive data, malware damages, slows down, or disables computers and computer systems. A malware infection harms a device and prevents businesses from running efficient operations.
Cybercriminals can plant different types of malicious software into a computer or computer system. These malware infections may have different purposes and unique effects on a device. Some of the most common types of malware are:
- Trojan Horses
Malware presents a significant threat to businesses and their sensitive assets. Not only does a malware attack steal financial, personal, and business information, but it also jeopardizes the efficiency of day-to-day operations. The symptoms of malware can disguise themselves as typical symptoms of aging systems. Some signs include lack of storage, slow devices, crashes, and freezing screens. Other symptoms may be more indicative of a malware attack, but still disrupt a system’s functionalities. Some of these disruptive signs include pop-ups, the presence of unwanted programs, disabled security and anti-malware programs, restricted access to computer files, and spam.
Businesses are an attractive target to cybercriminals because of the potential for exploitation. So without property protocols and protection, businesses are especially vulnerable to the threat of malware. From compromised data to imperiled revenue, malware can be dangerous to a business and its personnel. Integrated Technology’s malware incident response includes preventative measures, response, and aftermath protocols that help a business avoid and address malware incidents. Our response methods are characterized by regular security monitoring, detection, containment, recovery, and eradication to provide comprehensive protection of business networks.
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