Looking for someone to do a 3-4 minute whiteboard cybersecurity video. We don't need a voiceover, but it should be timed for a voiceover. So perhaps do a rough voiceover. We will need multiple revisions to make sure it is smooth.
If you don't have really good sample work. You need to do a 20-second starter so we know what you pitch will like in your bid.
Here is the first half of the script
Do you know what software is running on your organizations computers? The reality is most of us don’t.
Without knowing what is running in your organization, you have no idea of what is happening. Malware such as ransomware could be encrypting your data, spyware could be stealing your data or remote access tools could be used to access your network when nobody's looking.
Need some video s show data being stolen, ransomware.
But how do we stop unauthorized software from running? Most organizations rely on antivirus software to malware on their network. But despite 99%+ of organizations using antivirus software 30% of business are still affected each year by malware
Videos to show this.
Each time we look at the news we hear about a new databreach, and in most cases some kind of unauthorized software is to blame.
Need some video about news, and data breaches.
So why does antivirus fail to stop authorized software?
To start antivirus is not designed to stop authorized software. It is designed to stop malware that is viral in behaviour. The way it does this, is by collecting data from all of its users to identify outbreaks. The hashes of these files are then added to a database. Which is sometimes referred to as a blacklist.
The problem is, in most cases by the time a virus is added to a database. It has been installed on 10’s of thousands if not millions of computers.
Need to show some kind of timeline of viruses getting added to database.
Furthermore, malware creators are constantly finding smarter ways to avoid the database. Such as recompiling the virus each time it spreads. Meaning the hash changes each time.
Need to show how hash could change.
Even if antivirus companies were able to detect all viruses. This still leaves an issue with virus companies not being able to block targeted malware or even legitimate remote access tools. For example, if an attacker was to write custom malware to collect data from your company. It would never be added to a virus database.
In addition. There is lots of legitimate software, such as remote support software that could be used for ill-purposes.
The virus companies would not block this software.