Stop ransomware in its tracks
Anchoring your data is the best defense
Head off doxware, the most dangerous ransomware attack
Neutralize ALL your external threats
Ransomware isn’t your biggest data threat anymore. Now there’s doxware – ransomware that threatens to not only keep your sensitive data but also release it to the public if the ransom is not paid.
A ransomware or doxware attack can happen to any organization. Small to medium businesses are just as vulnerable as lucrative large enterprises as attackers recognize they have fewer resources to defend themselves. Ransomware attacks are often directed at specific industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare and finance. Nation states often target the infrastructure of cities, municipalities and utilities.
Defending against traditional ransomware meant frequent, offline backups, but with doxware, you need to Anchor your sensitive data.
The best defense is a good offense
Use hackers’ own tactics to lock them out of your data
Fight attackers with confidence! By Anchoring your data, you protect it using the same method ransomware attackers and doxers use to lock up your data.
With Anchor, you have a powerful offensive weapon in your cyber defense strategy. The sensitive data in your files is encrypted and access controlled, so even if a breach occurs and attackers steal your files with Anchored data, they can’t use that data against you. The exfiltrated files will be useless, as they will appear as cipher-text because they are outside the access rules. Since the stolen data is encrypted, the reporting requirements under any compliance regulation will no longer apply
For further peace of mind, Anchor secures the data decryption keys offsite and never saves them with the data. You, and only you, will be capable of decrypting your files.
Ensure Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Compliance
Step up your cybersecurity game to meet CMMC requirements
Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) is required of all manufacturers handling Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) before they can bid on defense contracts.