Active Endpoint Cyber Defense
Prevention by Deception
In an ever growing advanced threat landscape, one solution is making a difference.
Providing a multi-stage protection that dynamically responds to threats as they evolve and beats the bad guys in their own game!
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CISOS / IT MANAGERS
MSSPs / INTEGRATORS
Sagi Lamay, CEO
Malware is very clever and evasive, using different techniques to evade detection and analysis by security systems & researchers.
Today’s cyber defenses suffer from a backward looking & pattern/signature–matching design construct.
The result: attackers are always ahead of defenders...
With Deception Inside
Deceptive Bytes provides an innovative solution against threats in enterprises’ most critical and exposed assets, their endpoints!
The solution creates dynamic & deceptive information which interferes with any attempt to recon the environment and deters the malware from executing its malicious intents, through all the stages of compromise in the Attack Kill Chain – covering advanced & sophisticated malware techniques, constantly making sure all the endpoints & data in the enterprise are secured.
✓ Prevents unknown and sophisticated threats
✓ Very high prevention and detection rates
✓ Real time detection & response
✓ System-wide protection with pinpoint handling
✓ Deploys in seconds & Easy to operate
✓ Low resource usage (CPU, memory & disk)
✓ NO constant updates
✓ Operates in stand-alone/disconnected & VDI environments
✓ Stops millions of threats using only 1 evasion technique
✓ High stability - operates in User-mode
✓ Triggering high-fidelity alerts
✓ Low to non-existing false positive rate
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