Abatis (UK) Ltd. 

The Woodstock

12 Kestrel Close

Ewshot, Farnham

Surrey GU10 5TW 

England 

Co. No: 05555919

Abatis.

MALWARE

Malware Prevention and Protection

ABOUT ABATIS

RANSOMWARE

ZERO-DAY

WHO ARE WE?

Abatis is a UK based company spun out of Royal Holloway University of London.

WHAT DO WE DELIVER?

Abatis designs and develops security solutions to defend against the most sophisticated malware and advanced attacks by cyber criminals.

WHO ARE OUR CLIENTS?

Abatis supplies governments, financial and major corporations around the world with security solutions that have withstood the test of time against all forms of attack.

CAPABILITIES
BENEFITS
ACCREDITATIONS
What is Abatis Host Integrity Technology (HDF)?
 

Ransomware is a growing global cyber security threat, and one which could affect any organisation that does not have appropriate defences. 

Maritime
Finance

What is the Central Management Console?

Central Management Console (CMC) provides facilities to: 

Source: National Cyber Security Centre www.ncsc.gov.uk

Malware Prevention and Protection

A Mandatory Requirement

NIS Directive

Objective B

Protecting Against Cyber Attack

The EU Directive on the security of Network and Information Systems (NIS) came into force on 10th May 2018. 
 

Preventing, detecting and removing malware is part of NIS Objective B: Protecting Against Cyber Attack (B4: System Security, Vulnerability Management)

10 Steps to Cyber Security

Step 7

Malware Prevention

The 10 Steps to Cyber Security was originally published in 2012 and is now used by a majority of the FTSE350. 

NCSC believes that understanding the cyber environment and implementing the 10 Steps helps protect organisations from cyber attacks

Malware Prevention is Step 7.

Cyber Essentials

Step 4

Malware Protection

The Cyber Essentials Scheme (CES) self-assessment option helps organisations protect themselves against a wide variety of the most common cyber attacks.

Malware Protection is Step 4 

GDPR Security Outcomes: Protect personal data against cyber attack (Outcome B)

DPA 2018, Article 5(1)(f)

GDPR requires you to process personal data securely. Article 5(1)(f) concerns ‘integrity and confidentiality’ of personal data – in short, it is the GDPR’s ‘security principle’. It states that personal data shall be:

‘processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security of the personal data, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures’