Prevention Without Detection

Securing Your Enterprise by Enforcing the Integrity of Operating System Design

Continuous OS Based Policy Enforcement

  • Location Based

  • Operating System Interactions

  • Process Execution Flow

“AppGuard should be your first and main line of defense in an increasingly dangerous cyber and human threat environment.”

Mark Kelton
Former Deputy Director for Counterintelligence, CIA

Prevent and Enforce with AppGuard

Securing systems by enforcing the integrity of OS Design with three key policies:

OS Segmentation

Identifies and groups applications-based OS location

OS Interaction

Applications in the system space are grouped into high risk and non-high-risk applications

Process Execution flow

Child processes that start in a high-risk app but execute from a 
low-risk app "inherit" the high-risk policies

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