Prevention Without Detection

AppGuard protects your endpoints and prevents malware exploits WITHOUT having to recognize them:



  • Patented “Zero Trust” framework for controlling application behavior

  • Stops key behaviors that malware requires for successful execution

  • Context based policies auto-adapt without manual configuration

  • Policy based system is light on CPU (>5% during persistent attack)



Join Us at the Chamber of Commerce on December 3 at 12PM ET

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Throughout this unprecedented year, small and growing businesses have pivoted their businesses to survive the pandemic. As they adapt to operate in an increasingly digital environment, they face another rising threat—cybercrime. Cyberattacks on business have dramatically increased this year, and small businesses are often prime targets for dangerous hackers. How can businesses of all sizes defend against phishing schemes, malware attacks, and other intrusions? What plans and systems can small business owners put into place to prevent cybercrime before it occurs? AppGuard is partnering with the US Chamber of Commerce to address these concerns in a webinar.

Join us Wednesday, December 3, at 12pm ET for CO—Blueprint: Defending Your Business Against Cyber Threats, an interactive discussion focused on helping businesses navigate this new, remote environment where cybersecurity is more important than ever before. Host Jeanette Mulvey, Content Director at CO—, and Maitland Muse, EVP of Channels & Partnerships at AppGuard, will lead the conversation that combines advice from experts with practical insights from small business owners. You’ll gain ideas from business owners and hear insight from national experts. Together, we’ll recover, retool, and rebuild.

“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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