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Sharing information about the latest threats and malware encountered, including details on delivery, payload, and indicators of compromise, to help prevent similar threats.
Working together to research and develop new methods and technologies for detecting and preventing malware and threats, such as machine learning models or new heuristics for identifying malicious activity.
Governments and private sector organizations working together to address cyber threats, including funding for R&D and deployment of new threat detection technologies.
Organizations in a specific industry or sector facilitating the sharing of threat intelligence and best practices for protecting against malware and threats.
Our SDK sharing and integration program is designed to provide partners with the tools and resources they need to easily integrate our products . With our SDKs, partners can access a wide range of features and functionality, including advanced malware detection and threat intelligence capabilities.
Tailor Your Security to Your Industry with Our Seamless Integrations
Our products can be easily integrated into a wide range of industries, including healthcare, financial services, retail, and more. With our custom integrations, organizations can tailor their security to their specific needs and requirements. Our products can be integrated with leading SIEM and SOAR solutions to provide a comprehensive view of an organization's security posture. Our custom integrations also allow organizations to seamlessly incorporate our products into their existing security infrastructure, making it easy to enhance their security without having to disrupt their existing processes
Industry Use Cases
Our security solutions are designed to enhance the capabilities of existing EDR/MDR solutions by providing advanced malware detection and threat intelligence. This makes it an ideal choice for organizations in a variety of industries, including healthcare, financial services, retail, and more. With its ability to fill in the gaps where traditional EDR/MDR solutions fall short, our solutions can help organizations in any industry stay ahead of emerging threats and protect against cyber attacks.
Our products are especially well-suited for use in critical infrastructure industries, such as energy, transportation, and water management. These industries are vital to the functioning of society and are often targeted by attackers. By filling in the gaps where traditional EDR/MDR solutions may fall short, our specialized products can help organizations in critical infrastructure industries protect against emerging threats and ensure the continued operation of their systems.
According to a report by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, there have been hundreds of reported cyber attacks on critical infrastructure in the United States alone, with the energy sector being the most targeted. In 2019, the global cost of ransomware attacks on the energy sector was estimated to be $325 million. These attacks can have far-reaching consequences and highlight the need for effective security measures to protect against emerging threats.
Our products are well-suited for use in the financial sector, where the protection of sensitive data and the prevention of financial losses are of the utmost importance. We empower financial institutions to stay ahead of emerging threats and protect against cyber attacks. Our products ability to safeguard against malware attacks leading to financial losses and protect sensitive data, makes us essential in financial organizations looking to enhance their security posture.
According to a report by the Financial Stability Oversight Council, the financial sector is one of the most targeted industries for cyber attacks, with APT groups being a major threat. In 2019, the global cost of ransomware attacks on the financial sector was estimated to be $11.5 billion. These attacks can have far-reaching consequences and highlight the need for effective security measures to protect against emerging threats.
The software industry is increasingly targeted by cyber attacks, with supply chain attacks being a major concern. In a supply chain attack, malware is introduced into a software supply chain, resulting in the distribution of compromised software to customers. This can have serious consequences, including financial losses, reputational damage, and regulatory penalties.
SolarWinds attack, which occurred in 2020. In this attack, hackers compromised the software supply chain of SolarWinds, a Texas-based company that provides IT infrastructure management software to thousands of organizations around the world. The hackers inserted malware into a software update that was distributed to SolarWinds' customers, allowing them to gain access to the networks of the affected organizations. The attack was highly sophisticated and went undetected for months, leading to significant damage and disruption. This incident highlights the importance of implementing strong supply chain security measures to protect against these types of attacks.