Webroot® Integrated Cybersecurity Solutions

Criminals are constantly developing new ways to attack networks, take advantage of employee trust, and steal data. Smaller businesses may think they’re not a target, but that could’t be further from the truth. In fact, small businesses with 100 employees or fewer now face the same risk of attack as a 20,000-employee enterprise.* No matter their size, businesses need reliable endpoint security that can stop modern attacks. And since most companies are subject to some form of compliance and privacy regulations, protection for endpoints is 100% necessary to help businesses avoid hefty fines and damage to their reputation due to a security breach

Webroot® DNS Protection


What is DNS protection?
Before we talk about DNS security, you need to understand the DNS. The domain name system (DNS) works like a phone book for the internet. When a user enters text into a browser, DNS servers take that input and translate it into the unique internet protocol (IP) addresses that let the browser open the desired site. But DNS protocols were never designed with security in mind, and are highly vulnerable to cyberattacks, such as cache poisoning, DDoS, DNS hijacking, bot-nets, C&C, man-in-the-middle, and more.
By redirecting users’ web traffic through a cloud-based, DNS security solution, businesses and can finely tune and enforce web access policies, ensure regulatory compliance, and stop 88% of threats at the network’s edge—before they ever hit the network or endpoints.
Why businesses need DNS protection
Uncontrolled internet access is a high-risk activity for any business, regardless of size. Faced with today’s sophisticated attacks, endpoint security alone is no longer enough to stay safe from modern cybercrime. In fact, a recent report from Efficient-IP found that 77% of businesses around the world suffered at least one DNS cyberattack in 2018. What’s even more worrying: on average, businesses got hit with as many as seven attacks throughout the year.
Per the report, the average cost of a single attack was $715,000 USD. When you do the math, it’s clear how DNS Protection for servers, endpoints, and other networked devices could make all the difference to a business’ success (and survival).


Webroot® Business Endpoint Protection


What is endpoint protection?
Endpoint protection, or endpoint security, is a general term that describes Cybersecurity services for network endpoints, like laptops, desktops, smart-phones, tablets, servers, and virtual environments. These services may include antivirus and antimalware, web filtering, and more.
Endpoint protection helps businesses keep critical systems, intellectual property, customer data, employees, and guests safe from ransomware, phishing, malware, and other cyberattacks.
Why businesses need endpoint protection
Criminals are constantly developing new ways to attack networks, take advantage of employee trust, and steal data. Smaller businesses may think they’re not a target, but that could’t be further from the truth. In fact, small businesses with 100 employees or fewer now face the same risk of attack as a 20,000-employee enterprise.
No matter their size, businesses need reliable endpoint security that can stop modern attacks. And since most companies are subject to some form of compliance and privacy regulations, protection for endpoints is 100% necessary to help businesses avoid hefty fines and damage to their reputation due to a security breach.


Webroot® Security Awareness Training


What is security awareness training?
Security awareness training is an education process that teaches employees about Cybersecurity, IT best practices, and even regulatory compliance. A comprehensive security awareness program for employees should train them on a variety of IT, security, and other business-related topics.
These may include how to avoid phishing and other types of social engineering cyberattacks, spot potential malware behaviours, report possible security threats, follow company IT policies and best practices, and adhere to any applicable data privacy and compliance regulations (GDPR, PCI DSS, HIPAA, etc..)
Why businesses need security awareness training
Although businesses may feel their employees wouldn’t be fooled by something like a phishing scam, cybercriminals still use this attack method because it continues to be successful. With regular training for employees that includes phishing simulations, courses on IT and security best practices, and data protection and compliance training, businesses can significantly reduce risk, decrease infections and related help desk costs, protect their reputation by experiencing fewer breaches, and secure their overall Cybersecurity investment.


Managed Webroot Prices

For a free trial, please feel free to download the software from the below link. The prices below are per user per month and are subject to the current vat rate. We offer a 10% discount when you sign up for DNS Protection & Business Endpoint protection.

Webroot® DNS Protection

£1.50 per user

  • Fully managed product
  • Skip the hardware and software
  • Get detailed reports on-demand
  • Enable policies by group, device, IP
  • Block threats at the domain level
  • Apply leading web classification
  • Reduce costs relating to infections

Webroot® Business Endpoint Protection

£1.50 per user

  • Fully managed product
  • Stop sophisticated cyberattacks
  • Streamline management
  • Contextual threat intelligence
  • Cloud-based console
  • Fast deployment & scans
  • Protects against file-based and fileless script attacks

Webroot® Security Awareness Training

£1.30 per user

  • Proven efficacy
  • Easy 5-step setup wizard and LMS
  • Ongoing defense
  • Regulatory compliance
  • A fully featured phishing simulator
  • Engaging, interactive courses