AppGuard Complimentary/ Competitive Matrix

Defeats Application Exploit "Defeats Non-Malware
(utilities not disabled)" "Defeats In-Memory 
(all methods)" Defeats Social Engineering (privileged user action) "Defeats Insider Threat 
(i.e., block)" Defeat Ransomware (unfamiliar)
AppGuard YES YES YES YES YES YES
Cylance NO NO NO NO NO NO
Carbon Black NO NO NO NO NO NO
Nyotron MAYBE MAYBE MAYBE NO NO NO
SentinelOne NO NO UNKNOWN NO NO NO
McAfee NO NO NO NO NO NO
Trend Micro NO NO NO NO NO NO
Sophos MAYBE NO MAYBE NO NO NO
Palo Alto - Traps NO NO MAYBE NO MAYBE NO
Cisco AMP NO NO NO NO NO NO
ESET NO NO YES NO NO NO
Malwarebytes NO NO NO NO NO NO
Kaspersky MAYBE MAYBE MAYBE NO NO NO
Bromium YES NO NO MAYBE NO MAYBE
Fortinet NO NO UNKNOWN NO NO NO

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Comparison Paper: AppGuard vs. Carbon Black

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  • AppGuard’s zero trust is like no other vendor’s endpoint protection
  • AppGuard is simpler and requires far less effort to deploy, maintain, and operate
  • Carbon Black provides IT/Sec-Ops personnel with vast amounts of data to defend the enterprise
  • Carbon Black increases demand for more personnel, higher skills throughout a cyber program; AppGuard frees them to do other work

Comparison Paper: AppGuard vs. Cylance

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  • Cylance takes a multi-layered “detect & react” approach, whereas AppGuard uses a patented, lightweight endpoint Zero-Trust approach
  • AppGuard blocks known and unknown attacks that Cylance cannot
  • AppGuard is simpler and requires far less effort to deploy, maintain, and operate

Comparison Paper: AppGuard vs. FireEye

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  • AppGuard’s zero trust is like no other vendor’s endpoint protection
  • AppGuard is simpler and requires far less effort to deploy, maintain, and operate
  • FireEye provides IT/Sec-Ops personnel with vast amounts of data to defend the enterprise
  • FireEye increases demand for more personnel, higher skills throughout a cyber program; AppGuard frees them to do other work

Comparison Paper: AppGuard vs. TrendMicro

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  • Trend Micro takes a multi-layered “detect & react” approach, whereas AppGuard uses a patented, lightweight endpoint Zero-Trust approach
  • AppGuard blocks known and unknown attacks that Trend Micro cannot
  • AppGuard is simpler and requires far less effort to deploy, maintain, and operate