Cyberbit's EDR technology delivers the ability to detect unknown, targeted, and signature-less threats, while simultaneously minimizing the number of false-positive threat reports that client organizations have to deal with. The company specializes in protecting high-risk organizations, their users, and their key information resources.
The EDR security sector is a rapidly emerging market that is tasked with investigating, detecting, and remediating against suspicious activities on endpoint devices and associated host systems. Cyberbit's EDR technology delivers the ability to detect unknown, targeted, and signature-less threats.
Cyberbit uses machine-learning algorithms and behavioral analytics to enable its technology to detect the unknown zero-day threats, signature-less and file-less malware, and the types of targeted advanced and persistent threats that often bypass legacy, signature-based protection systems.
Features and benefits:
- Discusses how organizations will benefit from the machine learning and behavioral analytics that Cyberbit uses to detect unknown zero-day threats.
- Discusses how organizations can gain advantage from Cyberbit's automated forensics, which prioritize identified threats and graphically present the complete attack story.
- How does Cyberbit's continuous-monitoring solution collect threat information at the kernel level and analyze and act upon the data collected?
- Which operating systems does the main platform currently work with?