Adapt, Protect, Defend

Diminish the blast radius of ransomware attacks by preemptively reducing exposure to risk, and proactively preventing attacks at multiple phases, from early infiltration to safeguarding systems when ransomware attempts to execute.  

Anti-Ransomware Assurance Suite

30% of Attacks Bypass EDR & NGAV. Stop attacks others don’t and slash false positives. No performance impact, no additional staff.

Our Anti-Ransomware Assurances Suite provides distinct layers of protection to pre-emptively reduce the organization’s exposure, and proactively prevent attacks at multiple phases, from early infiltration attempts to protecting critical system resources and data when ransomware attempts to execute.

Powered by Automated Moving Target Defense (AMTD), this streamlined solution effortlessly integrates with your current endpoint protection array, enhancing existing protection capabilities or standing strong independently when necessary.   

Adaptive Exposure Management

Infiltration Protection Powered by AMTD

Ransomware Impact Protection

Incident Response Services

What is Automated Moving Target Defense?

Prevention-First Security to STOP undetectable attacks where others don’t

AMTD leverages polymorphism in memory to lead attackers astray. The result? Greater security, fewer false positives, and improved operational efficiency.

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Why You Should Care About Moving Target Defense

Next generation, automated cybersecurity for stopping ransomware, supply chain attacks, zero-days, fileless and other undetectable attacks in-memory at runtime. Ideal for augmenting NGAV, EDR and XDR with no additional staff needed and no performance impact on endpoints or servers.

Despite massively expanding investment in cybersecurity, damage from cyberattacks continues to rise at an unprecedented rate, projected to reach over $10 trillion by 2025. If existing solutions were working, ransomware and supply chain breaches wouldn’t be happening and inflicting so much financial devastation, brand erosion, and business loss. Today’s solutions are manifestly not countering threat actors’ advanced attacks.  

Next generation antivirus (NGAV), endpoint protection platforms (EPP), and endpoint detection and response (EDR and XDR) solutions stop known attacks with recognized signatures and behavioral patterns. But they often do not detect or prevent the more disruptive advanced attacks organizations are experiencing today – the undetectable attacks such as zero-days, malware variants or supply chain attacks that lead to ransomware. A new technology recognized by Gartner is proven to stop advanced threats on both Windows and Linux systems, making prevention-first security a reality: Moving Target Defense (MTD), also known as Automated Moving Target Defense (AMTD).

Why is Moving Target Defense Needed?

Almost all malicious software, or malware, used to use executable files on disc or the operating system (OS). These executables leave behind evidence of their existence. Tools like antivirus (AV), NGAV, EPP, EDR, and XDR evolved to spot telltale signs of malware deployment, such as attack patterns and signatures. They would then isolate threats before they could do real damage.  

But sophisticated threat actors are wise to traditional cybersecurity tools. Attack chains increasingly hijack legitimate system processes for malicious ends or target device memory at runtime rather than the disc or OS. Hijacked legitimate system processes and in-memory threats offer little, if anything, in the way of signatures to detect or behavior patterns to analyze.  

Legitimate system processes must work in memory at runtime, but this environment is mostly invisible to current cybersecurity tools. To catch an attack in progress, they need to scan device memory multiple times while an application is running and listen to the correct triggering operations to find malicious patterns. But in a typical application’s runtime environment, there might be 4GB of virtual memory. Even when dialed to the most aggressive alert settings, it’s impossible to scan this volume of data often enough. At least without slowing down an application so much as to make it barely usable. 

To ensure usability, memory scanners can only look for highly specific parameters, at specific memory locations, and at specific timeline triggers. In a best-case scenario, a scanning-focused solution might scan a small fraction of application memory. But threats also now use polymorphism to obfuscate their presence, so catching malicious activity in such a small sample of device memory would be miraculous. 

Aggressive alert settings also result in a vast number of false positive alerts that require extra resources to analyze. If a high number of alerts and false positives aren’t an issue for an organization using current cybersecurity tools, their alert setting is probably too low. They are almost certainly missing the most disruptive advanced attacks.  

This is why organizations need MTD.  

Automated Moving Target Defense technology morphs the runtime memory environment to create a continually changing, unpredictable attack surface. This means that even in the highly unlikely event a threat actor can find their target once, they’re unable to reuse that attack on another device or even later on in the same device. MTD uses an ultra-lightweight agent to block unauthorized processes deterministically, as opposed to probabilistically. This means MTD generates a few false positive alerts and doesn’t noticeably affect system performance. It integrates seamlessly into a tech stack to augment NGAV, EPP, EDR, and XDR with Defense-in-Depth to stop in-memory, fileless, zero-day, supply chain attacks, and other advanced threats.

What are the Benefits of Moving Target Defense?

  • Proactive rather than reactive defense doesn't wait for attackers to breach before working.
  • Polymorphic defense hides exploits from polymorphic attacks.
  • Stops attackers' ability to gain persistence.
  • Virtual patching protects vulnerabilities until a patch is issued.
  • Slashes costs, false positive alerts, and required IT resources.
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