Webroot Quarterly Threat Trends - March 2019

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Webroot Quarterly Threat Trends - March 2019
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A note from our new CEO, Mohamad Ali

Greetings to all those interested in Webroot’s threat landscape insights. As the CEO of Carbonite, I’m proud to share that the acquisition of Webroot has closed.

As a combined company, Webroot and Carbonite will continue to deliver highly effective threat intelligence services that security providers, enterprises and partners incorporate into their solutions to secure users and gain a competitive advantage. Over 90 leading firms rely on Webroot today, and I am dedicated to growing that impressive roster.

At the core of our solutions is an unique platform leveraging the cloud and machine learning to predict and block threats in real time. We will continue to invest in the Webroot platform, which uses 6th-generation machine learning to analyze over 500 billion data objects every day in the IPV4 and in-use IPV6 space. We’ll also continue to enhance our account management and support capabilities, to ensure that our threat intelligence services can be implemented quickly and effectively to deliver measurable results.

If you’re a partner today, you will see us continue to expand the cutting-edge threat intelligence services you’ve come to expect from Webroot. If you are not yet a partner, we hope you’ll consider working with us.

Enjoy this edition of Quarterly Threat Trends!

A View into the 2019 Webroot Threat Report, HTTPS Vulnerabilities, and AI/ML Knowledge Gap

Once again, it’s that time of the year when we roll up our sleeves to review the last year’s data and analyze the threat activity we and Webroot customers have seen to determine trends and developments to help us better prepare for what’s next. In this edition of the Webroot Quarterly Threat Trends you can download the full 2019 Webroot Threat Report or get quick stats from our Threat Report infographic. You will also hear from Hal Lonas, Webroot CTO, about how HTTPS could be making us less secure, and learn about the knowledge gap we’re seeing around artificial intelligence and machine learning from a recent survey we conducted with IT professionals in the U.S. and Japan.

2019 Threat Report

2019 Webroot Threat Report Infographic

HTTPS: Is It Making us Less Secure?

The AI/ML Knowledge Gap

Learn more in our upcoming Webinar on April 17

Webinar - The Webroot 2019 Threat Report in Review

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