Solutions that make it easy to keep track of security and software updates will give you an edge like no other. In many cases, hackers target specific holes in outdated software. Rather than dealing with the headache of continually updating each computer in your network, use tools that track and perform system updates automatically. You’ll always be ahead of the curve.
SE Labs tested CylancePROTECT® in an offline environment against major threats that subsequently appeared in the wild. The test explores the product’s ability to prevent new threats from attacking endpoint systems successfully. CylancePROTECT contains technology designed to identify and block malware using what it claims to be an “artificial intelligence” (AI) model. This model can be updated over time. However, in this test we used the model created in May 2015 and did not permit further updates so that the software was unable to receive new models or edit the existing one. The test exposed systems protected by this older version of CylancePROTECT to very impactful threats discovered and reported widely after May 2015. In this way, the test shows to what extent the product was able to predict how future threats would appear. This “Predictive Advantage” (PA), the advantage that users of the product have against future adversaries, is presented in this report.
Published By: Veeam '18
Published Date: Oct 28, 2019
Support for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 will be discontinued soon, and organizations need to prepare for the transition from the old system to new platforms, such as Microsoft Windows Server 2019. This article details how to work with Veeam ® DataLabs and provides information on using Veeam with Microsoft Azure.
After reading this article, you will learn about the popular way to use Veeam DataLab. It will help to eliminate obsolete operating systems and to feel confident in the transition to new versions. The main topics of the article:
Veeam DataLab working principles;
principles of transition to the new version of Windows Server;