Under attack? Press the Ransomware Kill Switch.

Solution
Zero Trust Isolation
Ransomware Kill Switch
Why Airgap
Benefits
Resources
Blog
About
Contact us to learn more about

Ransomware Kill Switch Solution Brief

Responding to ransomware incidence is a big challenge for average SecOps organization. Often, the SecOps teams try to isolate infected devices - only to realize that there is no easy way to identify all of the infected machines. Alternatively, the SecOps organization often resort to isolating the entire network segment or impacting business continuity. Unfortunately, there are no easy buttons when comes to ransomware incidence response - not until now. Designed on top of Zero Trust Isolation™ Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform, Airgap’s Ransomware Kill Switch™ mitigates the propagation of ransomware on a network. As soon as malware is detected, “1-Click” instantly stops all lateral traffic, isolating and containing any ransomware to infected devices.

Airgap offers complete control of the Ransomware Kill Switch via APIs so that the IT organization can leverage existing tools such as SIEM, SOAR, and EDRs for rapid ransomware response.

Zero Trust Security Delivered from the Cloud

Protect Data, Applications, Assets, & Services by creating micro perimeter around every device in the organization.

Airgap helps implement comprehensive Zero Trust in minutes without the need for agents, APIs, or forklift upgrades. The patent pending Zero Trust Isolation platform assures threat propagation protection.

2755 Great America Way,
Suite 135, Santa Clara,
CA 95054, USA

Need Help?

Call Us

+1 415 480 8075

Email Us

[email protected]

Follow Us

Twitter | LinkedIn

Join Us

© 2020 Airgap Networks, Inc.
Airgap Networks, Zero Trust Isolation, and Ransomware Kill Switch are or may be registered trademarks of Airgap Networks, Inc. All other marks and names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective companies. Airgap Networks has multiple patents pending relating to Zero Trust Isolation technology and the ransomware kill switch.