Malware is often used to take control of systems to steal and destroy data.
Most deployed Anti-Malware technologies are based on a model that requires the Anti-Malware vendor to obtain and identify a malware sample, and then create and distribute a signature prior to a client device being protected. This approach is fundamentally flawed because it relies on a reactive model as opposed to one that is proactive.
This is increasingly ineffective as Verizon’s 2015 Data Breach Report found that 70-90% if malware samples were unique to a single organization. This trend towards increasing variety and sophistication “reinforces the need for smarter and adaptive approaches to combating today’s highly varied malware.”
We believe that status quo in Anti-Malware has stood too long and spent considerable time sourcing and validating more effective anti-malware technologies.
The ability to detect future (previously unknown) threats is an essential capability for a modern anti-malware platform.
Please contact us for a demonstration and we will show you how we could have helped stop some of the most catastrophic malware-based attacks.