Global Ransomware Protection Software Market Outlook 2020-2026 : Microsoft, Sophos, Intel Security, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes - Northwest Trail

Global Ransomware Protection Software Market Outlook 2020-2026 : Microsoft, Sophos, Intel Security, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes - Northwest Trail


Global Ransomware Protection Software Market Outlook 2020-2026 : Microsoft, Sophos, Intel Security, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes - Northwest Trail

Posted: 14 Apr 2020 03:06 AM PDT

Global Ransomware Protection Software Market

Ransomware Protection Software Market (By Major Eminent Players, Types, Applications, and Leading Regions) Segments Outlook, Business Assessment, Competition Scenario, Trends and Forecast by Upcoming Years. The study of the Ransomware Protection Software market report is done based on the noteworthy research methodology that provides the analytical inspection of the global market based on various segments the Industry is alienated into also the summary and Advance size of the marketplace owing to the various outlook possibilities. The report also gives information about the key players of the Ransomware Protection Software Industry by different features that include the Ransomware Protection Software overview of the companies, the portfolio of the product and also the revenue facts from Period of Forecast, As Well. It presents a 360-degree overview of the competitive landscape of the industries. SWOT Analysis has been used to understand the Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and threats in front of the businesses. Thus, helping the companies to understand the threats and challenges in front of the businesses. Ransomware Protection Software market is showing steady growth and CAGR is expected to improve during the forecast period.

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This Report Covers Leading Companies Associated in Worldwide Ransomware Protection Software Market: Microsoft, Sophos, Intel Security, Symantec, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes, Avast Software, Cisco System, Palo Alto Networks, Sentinelone, Zscaler, Acronis International, Minerva Labs, Barracuda Networks.

Report Covers Following Questions

• What are the weaknesses and strengths of the key vendors?
• What are the key outcomes of the five forces analysis of the Global Ransomware Protection Software market?
• What are the various threats and opportunities faced by the dealers in the Global Ransomware Protection Software market?
• Who are the leading key players and what are their key business strategies in the Global Ransomware Protection Software market?

Key Businesses Segmentation of Ransomware Protection Software Market:

On the basis of type/product

Software, Solution

On the basis of the end users/applications

Web Protection, Endpoint Protection, Database Protection, Others

Ransomware Protection Software Market Regional Analysis Includes:

Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Australia)
Europe (Russia, Turkey, Italy, Germany, UK, France, etc.)
North America (the United States, Canada, and Mexico)
South America (Argentina, Brazil, etc.)
The Middle East and Africa (South Africa, GCC Countries, and Egypt)

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Key Highlights of the Table of Contents:

Overview: Along with a broad overview of the global Ransomware Protection Software, this section gives an overview of the report to give an idea about the nature and contents of the research study.
Analysis on Strategies of Leading Players: Market players can use this analysis to gain a competitive advantage over their competitors in the Ransomware Protection Software.
Study on Key Market Trends: This section of the report offers a deeper analysis of the latest and future trends of the market.
Market Forecasts: Buyers of the report will have access to accurate and validated estimates of the total market size in terms of value and volume. The report also provides consumption, production, sales, and other forecasts for the Ransomware Protection Software.
Regional Growth Analysis: All major regions and countries have been covered in the Ransomware Protection Software report. The regional analysis will help market players to tap into unexplored regional markets, prepare specific strategies for target regions, and compare the growth of all regional markets.
Segment Analysis: The report provides accurate and reliable forecasts of the market share of important segments of the Ransomware Protection Software. Market participants can use this analysis to make strategic investments in key growth pockets of the Ransomware Protection Software.

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Why you can stop paying for antivirus software - PCWorld

Posted: 24 Sep 2019 12:00 AM PDT

There, we said it: You don't need to pay for antivirus software anymore. Microsoft's Windows Defender, a free service that's built right into Windows 10, is now as good as the paid antivirus/antimalware solutions that have been collecting your money for years. 

Many PC users became accustomed to paying for antivirus software for two reasons: Good, free alternatives were scarce, and Microsoft offered minimal protection via Windows, ceding the category to Norton, Kaspersky and a host of other third-party vendors. Windows' first antimalware efforts were so abysmal that testing agencies like AV-comparatives.org and AV-test.org used Defender as the baseline (i.e., junk) level of performance. In December, 2013, for example, AV-test.org tested how well 23 antivirus vendors blocked real-world malware samples using Windows 8.1. Microsoft finished dead last

That was then. Over the intervening years, Microsoft started taking endpoint security seriously. In 2019, Microsoft's own Windows Defender Antivirus, built right into Windows 10 for free, often outperforms paid services. (Windows now lumps Windows Defender Antivirus underneath what it calls Windows Security, which includes Windows Firewall and other tools.) It's not perfect: The incidence of "false positives," where legitimate apps are mistaken for malware, can be high. One test also noted that it slowed down a low-end PC more than others do. You can decide for yourself: Are these "costs" more affordable than paying $60-plus per year? 

We still review the best antivirus apps, and there are still some reasons why you'd want one, which we'll get into later. But first let's look at how far Windows Defender has come, and how well it could stand on its own as your primary antivirus package. 

Why you should use Windows Defender to protect your PC

Two separate testing houses, AV-comparatives and AV-test, rank Windows Defender nearly at the top of the products both labs have tested.

It's important to note that antimalware testing is a time-intensive process. Even sites like AV-comparatives use automated tests that crawl the web and seek out malicious sites and URLs, trying to reproduce real-world scenarios that all of us would encounter in our daily work.

One key point stood out: In AV-comparatives' test, Microsoft was one of the four vendors (out of a total of sixteen) that didn't allow any malware to take over its test systems. Vendors whose PCs ended up compromised with malware included big names, such as McAfee and Symantec. (Malware and protection mechanisms are constantly evolving. AV-comparatives ran its tests from February through May, 2019, to demonstrate the "average" level of protection over time.)

Here's a snapshot of AV-comparatives' findings:

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