Ransomware Prevention
With Post-Infection RemediationTM

SpyCloud Compass is the enterprise North Star in navigating ransomware prevention through Post-Infection Remediation – protecting your business by providing a full picture of malware risks, including the compromised assets most likely to lead to future ransomware attacks.
Identify Threats Outside of Corporate Oversight

Gain visibility of threats beyond corporate control, including unmanaged (and under-managed) malware-infected devices that are used by employees, contractors, and vendors who access your corporate applications.

Illuminate Your Attack Surface

Identify third-party applications exposed by a malware infection, including SSO, password managers, security tools, collaboration apps, CRM and marketing automation platforms, learning platforms, HR and payroll systems, and more, that could serve as entry points for ransomware.

Shortcut the Investigation Process
Get the “needle” without the “haystack” in both reactive and proactive stages of dealing with ransomware – so you can assess the scope of a potential threat at-a-glance, reduce mean-time-to-discovery (MTTD), and quickly prioritize high-risk device and application exposures.
Bolster Malware Infection Response

Implement a more thorough response with Post-Infection Remediation and evolve from a machine-centric incident response process to an identity-centric process that truly reduces ransomware entry points and decreases mean-time-to-remediation (MTTR).

Ransomware Prevails

The cost of cybercrime to businesses in the U.S. during 2021 was nearly $7 billion, with ransomware a vast contributor. As a result, ransomware is on the minds of everyone from policymakers to security teams, and even boards of directors. It has become a topic of conversation at all levels of every enterprise – and ransomware prevention is a growing portion of cybersecurity budgets. Despite 86% of businesses increasing their security budgets to fight these attacks, 90% of businesses we surveyed told us they were affected by ransomware in the last 12 months, with most two or more times. Organizations realize that threats are slipping through their defenses, making ransomware attacks seemingly inevitable.

You can’t fix what you can’t see.

Compass provides a comprehensive ransomware prevention solution that addresses both the reactive and proactive states security teams have to operate within today’s modern enterprise – delivering critical, end-to-end visibility into the attack surface across the entire technology ecosystem to act on malware compromised devices, users, and applications. 

Compass empowers teams to prevent ransomware by acting on what criminals know about the business from infostealer infections. With complete coverage and instant discovery of infection impact, SecOps teams can rapidly deploy mitigation tactics that drastically decrease MTTR (mean-time-to-remediation) to eliminate the risk of cybercriminals profiting off of stolen data and credentials.

Only SpyCloud Compass can reveal what bad actors already know about your enterprise from a malware attack and deliver the critical insights you need to take action.

Fill the gaps in your malware protection framework and detect high-priority threats to your enterprise with Compass. Here’s how it works:

Fill the gaps in your malware protection framework and detect high-priority threats to your enterprise with Compass. Here’s how it works:

SpyCloud monitors the deepest layers of the darknet to recapture malware-infected device data of your domains and subdomains of interest (such as mycompany.com, workforcelogin.mycompany.com, mycompany.SSO.com, etc.).
Compass alerts you to the infected devices, users, and applications, mapping out the credential data exposed by a malware infection and provides detailed information of each exposure (e.g. infection data and time, IP address, the family of malware, and more). SpyCloud’s analysis indicates an average of 26 enterprise applications are exposed per employee infection.
Compass alerts you to the infected devices, users, and applications, mapping out the credential data exposed by a malware infection and provides detailed information of each exposure (e.g. infection data and time, IP address, the family of malware, and more). SpyCloud’s analysis indicates an average of 26 enterprise applications are exposed per employee infection.

How Does Post-Infection Remediation Help?

Makes it possible to understand and visualize the full scope of the infection’s threat to your organization.

Offers preventative steps that help negate opportunities for ransomware and other critical threats by resetting the application credentials and invalidating session cookies siphoned by malware.

Disrupt cybercriminals attempting to harm your business by effectively stopping malware exposures from becoming full-blown security incidents.

Disrupt cybercriminals, significantly shorten your exposure window, and prevent full-blown cyberattacks.
“SpyCloud identified a malware infection on a device used by a contractor working remotely overseas. Their endpoint protection (EPP) was not updated, and even after updating the EPP, they did not find the malware. This confirms the risk most companies have with third-party vendors since we truly cannot measure the efficacy of the controls of such vendors who access our systems.”

CISO, Financial Institution

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GUIDE

Post-Infection Remediation is the missing piece to your ransomware prevention strategy. Read this guide for seven steps to truly remediate malware-infected devices.

Ransomware Defense Report Preview
REPORT

Our annual report shows a surprising increase in organizations that experienced multiple ransomware attacks, the costly impacts of ineffective countermeasures, and future plans to improve defenses.

EBOOK

Get a peek inside a malware infection to see why it’s so critical to understand the full scope of an infection’s threat to your business.

Learn how you can respond to malware more comprehensively with Post-Infection Remediation