We took the most dangerous and newest malware from around the internet and threw it at SonicWall technology to show how we stop it all. By just using Gateway Anti-Virus (GAV) and Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), we show how the malware was stopped along with the reports of some of the files. Capture ATP is a multi-engine sandbox that can find what malware wants to do from the application, to the OS, and to the software on the hardware.
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Get a quick three-minute look into the SonicWall Capture ATP and see how it works. SonicWall Capture ATP is a cloud-based network sandbox that scans a broad range of file types labeled as suspicious after it has reached the firewall. It’s designed to detect and stop new and unknown forms of malware such as ransomware, Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and zero-day attacks by analyzing behavior in a multi-engine APT Protection platform. This platform includes virtualized sandboxing, hypervisor level analysis, and full system emulation technology and is the CRN 2016 Network Security Product of the Year by Customer Demand. Want to try it yourself? Try our online demo
Patrick Sweeney, VP of Product Management for SonicWall, shows how SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) detects and blocks suspicious files at the gateway until the verdict is known.
Hear from Dmitriy Ayrapetov, director of Product Management, on how you can maximize zero-day threat protection with SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), a cloud-based multi-engine solution that stops unknown attacks at the gateway