iNetSec SCS greatly improves ransomware detection and prevention via Metadefender Endpoint Management (MEM) by ensuring that endpoints have the required security posture and are malware free before being allowed to connect to the network. This not only significantly decreases the chance that the endpoints are infected by ransomware, MEM also ensures that if an endpoint does become infected, the ransomware attack can be contained on the endpoint and prevented from propagating across the network.
MEM can check that endpoints have the corporate approved antivirus installed and up-to-date with real-time protection enabled. But relying on a single anti-malware engine is no longer sufficient for high-security networks. Constant targeting by attackers, with advanced threats, and the skyrocketing growth of malware, necessitates defense in depth. MEM can run daily endpoint scans on their entire system with additional 30+ AV engines from leading antivirus vendors. In case the local antivirus solution missed the malware, scanning with multiple engines as well as leveraging heuristics from many AV vendors to detect possible malicious code greatly increases the malware detection rate.