Endpoint Protection

Interfocus

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Interfocus provides LanScope Cat, a unified endpoint management and security solution designed to help small IT teams efficiently automate and control the security of their network devices, their proprietary data, and their workforce.  


 

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SIEM for Small Business: Light SIEM Doesn’t Mean Light Security

As your small business grows, you have to manage the growing complexity of devices – servers, user devices, and applications – that you need to connect your workforce, your suppliers and your customers. And as the number of networked devices grows, so too does your attack surface, increasing the probability that you will be the target for cyber attacks.

What if there were a way to easily deploy asset management and security in a single solution?

There is.

 

 

Managing IT Assets Shouldn’t Be a Pain in the Assets

Anyone who’s attempted a SIEM implementation will tell you: it takes significant effort, it’s costly, and requires so much customization for your business network that it returns very little value. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

What if you could get an alternative to traditional SIEM, one that automatically enrolls your devices, seamlessly collects their logs, and presents activity in plain English in a centralized console?

No, you’re not dreaming!


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Interfocus is supported by Katzcy, a team of experts dedicated to assisting clients in designing impactful go-to-market strategies and translating their vision into achievable, progressive actions.


Nyotron

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Nyotron provides the industry’s first OS-Centric Positive Security to strengthen laptop, desktop and server protection. By mapping legitimate operating system behavior, Nyotron’s PARANOID understands all normative ways that may lead to damage, such as file deletion, data exfiltration, encryption, sabotage and more. Focusing on finite “good” actions allows PARANOID to be completely agnostic to threats and attack vectors. PARANOID works seamlessly with antivirus and next-generation antivirus solutions to provide the last line of defense from modern state-level attacks. Nyotron is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA with an R&D office in Israel.

 

 

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Bitdefender

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Bitdefender is a global security technology company that provides cutting edge end-to-end cyber security solutions and advanced threat protection to more than 500 million users in more than 150 countries.

Since 2001, Bitdefender has consistently produced award-winning business and consumer security technology, and is a provider of choice in both hybrid infrastructure security and endpoint protection.

 

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Virsec Systems

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Virsec was founded with a principle of stopping the endless cycle of reactionary security based on signatures and pattern matching. Our belief is that this model, no matter how much data or compute cycles you throw at it, is destined to leave you on your back foot with respect to malicious actors and sophisticated hackers. Testament to this is that even with all the investment companies have made in security over the past decade, even the top logos and defense organizations are being breached and publicly disgraced.

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Endgame

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Targeted attacks are evolving rapidly, undermining point products, legacy EDR solutions and enterprise search and IT operations platforms. 

Delivered as a a single agent, replacing the functions of AV, NGAV, IR, EDR, and exploit prevention agents, Endgame stops all targeted attacks and their components.


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Amanda Rousseau from Endgame - Malware Unicorn: A Fashionista Malware Researcher

In this episode, Chenxi sits down with Amanda Rousseau, malware researcher from Endgame. Amanda is a well-known researcher, who provided some of the best analysis of the WannaCrypt and Petya ransomware. Amanda is also a graphic designer, which explains why some of her analysis is accompanied by compelling visual illustrations. The New Factor chats with Amanda on the intersection between fashion and malware research, as well as what's like being a kickass woman security professional in the industry.


Avast

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Avast is one of the largest security companies in the world using next-gen technologies to fight cyber attacks in real time. We differ from other next-gen companies in that we have an immense cloud-based machine learning engine that receives a constant stream of data from our more than 400 million users, which facilitates learning at unprecedented speeds and makes our artificial intelligence engine smarter and faster than anyone else’s.


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Webroot

                   

Webroot delivers endpoint security and network security and threat intelligence services to protect businesses and individuals around the globe. Our smarter approach harnesses the power of cloud-based collective threat intelligence derived from millions of real-world devices to stop threats in real time and help secure the connected world. Our award-winning SecureAnywhere® endpoint solutions, BrightCloud® Threat Intelligence Services, and FlowScape® solution protect millions of devices across businesses, home users, and the Internet of Things. Webroot is trusted and integrated by market-leading companies, including Cisco, F5 Networks, Aruba, Palo Alto Networks, A10 Networks, and more. Headquartered in Colorado, Webroot operates globally across North America, Europe, and Asia.

 

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Gary Hayslip and Ted Harrington chat w/ITSPmagazine after a live panel during Black Hat USA 2017.

Following the ITSPmagazine and BrightTALK live panel session at Black Hat USA 2017 which covered the impact the Internet of Things has on society, two of the expert panelists - Gary Hayslip from Webroot and Ted Harrington from ISE - chat with Sean Martin and Marco Ciappelli about the Internet of Things and their impact on businesses of all shapes and sizes.

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Malwarebytes

                   

Malwarebytes is the next-gen cybersecurity company that millions worldwide trust. Malwarebytes proactively protects people and businesses against dangerous threats such as malware, ransomware, and exploits that escape detection by traditional antivirus solutions. The company’s flagship product combines advanced heuristic threat detection with signature-less technologies to detect and stop a cyberattack before damage occurs. More than 10,000 businesses worldwide use, trust, and recommend Malwarebytes. Founded in 2008, the company is headquartered in California, with offices in Europe and Asia, and a global team of threat researchers and security experts.

 

FFRI

 
           
 

As information technology becomes more advanced, including increased convenience due to the development of cloud computing and the popularity of smart devices, naturally, security measures in the cyber sphere become more important. Nowadays, cyber attacks significantly impact the management and safety of various organizations and groups. In recent years, cyber attacks have been used internationally not only to get money, but also to steal classified information for corporations and nations.

Disadvantages for an endpoint product like FFRI yarai include the considerable cost during introduction, as the product must be installed on each computer terminal. However, it also has the advantage that, as it can protect against the attack itself, it can prevent damages from occurring and reduce costs for reactive measures.

We believe that information technology will continue to advance, leading to even more diversified information technology applications, and that cyber threats will also change faster than ever before. However, we will continue to keep pace with these changes to provide optimal protection technology in a timely manner, contributing to the safety and security of this computer-based society.


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Yuji Ukai & Pablo Garcia, from Tokyo-based endpoint security company, FFRI, from Black Hat USA 2017

Years after working with them at eEye Digital Security, I connected with Yuji Ukai and Pablo Garcia, now working for Tokyo-based endpoint security company, FFRI. Yuji is the founder and CEO and Pablo is heading up all of the North American operations for FFRI. During our conversation. we discuss some of the challenges small and medium sized businesses face, with the pair offering some suggestions and tips for this massive group of organizations to consider.


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SentinelOne

                   

SentinelOne was founded in 2013 by an elite group of Israeli cybersecurity experts who developed a fundamentally new, groundbreaking approach to endpoint protection capable of defeating the most advanced malware, exploits and cyber attacks. SentinelOne offers next-generation endpoint and server protection. It unifies threat detection, prevention, response and forensics in a single platform, driven by sophisticated machine learning and intelligent automation.

 

Palo Alto Networks

                   

As the next-generation security company, we are leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling all applications and preventing advanced threats from achieving their objectives for tens of thousands of organizations around the world. We are one of the fastest growing security companies in the market because of our deep expertise, commitment to innovation, and game-changing security platform focused on bringing an end to the era of breaches by uniquely integrating our Next-Generation Firewall, Advanced Endpoint Protection, and Threat Intelligence Cloud.

 

Cylance

                   

Cylance® is revolutionizing cybersecurity with products and services that proactively prevent, rather than reactively detect the execution of advanced persistent threats and malware. Our technology is deployed on over four million endpoints and protects hundreds of enterprise clients worldwide including Fortune 100 organizations and government institutions.


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Carbon Black

                   

Carbon Black is the leading provider of a next-generation endpoint-security platform designed to enable organizations to stop the most attacks, see every threat, close security gaps, and evolve their defenses. The Cb Endpoint Security Platform helps organizations of all sizes replace legacy antivirus technology, lock down systems, and arm incident response teams with advanced tools to proactively hunt down threats. Today, Carbon Black has approximately 2,000 worldwide customers, including 25 of the Fortune 100 and more than 650 employees. Carbon Black was voted Best Endpoint Protection by security professionals in the SANS Institute’s Best of 2015 Awards.


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Rick McElroy and Ashwin Krishnan speak w/ Sean Martin about focusing on the high value infosec items

During the Structure Security conference in San Fransisco, CA, Sean Martin, ITSPmagazine's editor-in-chief, catches up with Rick McElroy, security analyst for Carbon Black, and Ashwin Krishnan, SVP product management, strategy, and technical marketing at HyTrust.

Together they explore the idea that information security teams need to stop doing the low value tasks and focus on the high value activities that will make a difference. So, what does this mean, exactly? What do infosec teams stop doing? What do they start doing? How does automation and orchestration fit in?

Listen in to find out.


Are We Selling - And Therefore Buying - Information Security Wrong?

Rick McElroy from Carbon Black and Ted Harrington from Independent Security Evaluators sit down with ITSPmagazine's Sean Martin to discuss threat modeling, infosec planning, cutting through the marketing noise, the need to trust but verify, the value of assess and measure, and how critical it is to focus on the things that matter.


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