The devious trojan known as Emotet is now active again and flooding the inboxes of companies and authorities with deceptively genuine looking emails which are also highly dangerous. Our Patient Zero Detection will even detect it in emails which have already been delivered.
City of New Orleans, University of Giessen, Fürth Hospital Fall Victim to Cybercrime – Who’s Next in Line?
The computers at the Justus-Liebig University in Giessen have been offline for days. Last week, Klinikum Fürth (a large municipal hospital in southern Germany) was forced to disconnect from the emergency care services network. On the very same day, the City of New Orleans was caused to take precautionary steps after a virus had been discovered. Attacks on communal institutions and services around the globe are indeed becoming ever more frequent.
Our “Patient Zero Detection”® patented throughout Europe will from now on not only be able to detect malware in emails that have already been delivered, but also to automatically move or delete those messages.
The European Patent Office has granted Retarus a Europe-wide patent for the Patient Zero Detection® technology developed by the company.
Without shouting it from the rooftops in advance, Microsoft has built in a practical safeguard against ransomware in the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10.