March 3, 2015 Leave a comment
Cyber criminals are more persistent and creative than ever, corrupting government and corporate IT systems – resulting in great economic damage to corporations, government agencies, and the global economy. An alarming 95 percent of all U.S. enterprises claim that they are being successfully attacked today. Those same organizations report an average 200 day latency period between when an attack has occurred and when the breach is discovered – allowing ample time for attackers to extract huge amounts of data as seen with the targeted attacks at Sony, Home Depot and Target.
An epidemic is at hand and the magnitude of these security failings requires a completely new approach: one with a greater dependency on immediate detection and automatic remediation based on deep analytics and an atomic view into machine assets and change behaviors. AtomicEye’s central purpose is to ensure that once inside a company’s or government agency’s systems, no attacker can leave with proprietary information, damage to enterprise systems is minimized, and critical assets are secured. Check out coverage of AtomicEye appearing in eWEEK.
When high-value assets are at risk, instant detection and rapid response is critical. AtomicEye achieves this by continuously scanning more machine assets than any other endpoint security product – more than 700,000 assets per protected machine. This atomic view allows Triumfant to see an almost infinite set of machine behaviors and trend anomalies that indicate the presence of advanced malware. AtomicEye’s continuous monitoring permits an unprecedented capacity to detect with certainty, in real-time, and at the point of infiltration, persistent or volatile malware. No signatures or any other form of prior knowledge is needed. As soon as a change occurs a remediation plan is set in motion, making it impossible for damage to be done and/or assets to be compromised, Within minutes of an attack, Triumfant AtomicEye goes to work, automatically repairing any damage caused and restoring the compromised machine(s) back to its original, clean state. With AtomicEye there are no interruptions or downtime to the business and no human action or interpretation is required.
John Prisco, CEO of Triumfant recently sat down with Forbes magazine to discuss the sad state of cyber security and Triumfant’s revolutionary approach. He shares: “There is too much of ‘good enough’ security occurring industry-wide. And ‘good enough’ is not good enough, because you see what’s been happening, Many breaches continue for over 200 days before they are discovered. If you don’t find something quickly, what’s the use of finding it at all?” Check out the complete interview here.
To learn more about AtomicEye,visit http://www.triumfant.com.