Last year, Webroot finished third here and McAfee LLC (then known as Intel Security) placed first. This year they flip-flopped, with Webroot claiming the gold medal by a wide margin and McAfee winning the bronze. Kaspersky Lab, a frequent winner in this category over the years, medaled once again after failing to make the top three in 2016.
Webroot, an OpenText company, harnesses the cloud and artificial intelligence to provide comprehensive cyber resilience solutions for businesses, individuals, and managed service providers.
Cyber resilience means being able to stay up and running, no matter what the internet throws at you or your clients. But as cybercriminals focus on stealing data and causing disruption, small and medium-sized businesses—who often have weaker defenses and not enough resources to resolve cyber issues—have become prime targets. With advanced threats like ransomware, polymorphic malware, and malicious scripts, traditional blocking solutions are no longer enough.
That’s why Webroot provides next-generation, cloud-based endpoint protection, network protection, and security awareness training solutions purpose built to help managed service providers strengthen their clients’ resilience against cyberattacks.
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Perhaps best known for its anti-virus software, Kaspersky Lab offers a range of corporate and SMB security solutions for the most popular operating systems, specifically designed for different areas of businesses.