Corporate and household data privacy protection on the Dark Web.
Amsterdam, 16 October 2017. Today BlackFog launched the Enterprise edition of BlackFog Privacy to protect corporations and families from identity theft, data loss and the ever increasing ransomware attacks. BlackFog Enterprise protects users from data loss over the dark web and other anonymous networks and the loss of valuable data from any registered device. This can be completely managed from the cloud with consolidated reporting and alerts.
Unlike antivirus software which uses signature based techniques, BlackFog Enterprise uses next generation multivariant behavioral analysis to prevent attacks and reduce the total surface area exposed to cyber criminals. This includes blocks based on geography, DNS and network anomalies, advertising, profiling and tracking and other data harvesting techniques used by cyber criminals.
BlackFog’s new Enterprise console enables corporations and households to manage devices and threats via a central cloud based console that alerts designated administrators to problems across any registered device. This includes detailed group management and settings for every endpoint in your organization.
“The recent Equifax data breach is only the tip of the iceberg of what we expect to see over the next several years”, said Dr. Darren Williams, Founder and CEO of BlackFog. “BlackFog Enterprise has been specifically developed to counter these threats and protect your entire household or corporation no matter where your device travels, inside and outside of your core network.”
The software is available immediately for Windows and Mac and can be downloaded directly from the company web site. Prices start at $3.75 per month and scale down based upon the number of devices.
BlackFog provides protection against zero day ransomware attacks and data loss prevention through realtime traffic monitoring and analysis using non signature based threat detection. Unlike companies that focus on malware and viruses, cyber privacy focuses specifically on data loss and user rights.