Join us Wednesday, December 3, at 12pm ET for CO—Blueprint: Defending Your Business Against Cyber Threats, as one of our very own will be speaking. 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.
“We are delighted to participate and support the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s efforts to address the unprecedented wave of cyber attacks that are targeting Small Businesses across our country. Small Business Enterprises are understaffed and ill prepared for the spike in malicious attacks during this time of COVID.” said, Maitland Muse, Executive Vice President of Sales.
Most endpoint protection tools were designed for companies with large, highly skilled IT teams. AppGuard’s patented technologies block malware attacks in real-time, eliminating the need for an IT team to detect and respond to threats and taking the pressure off of patch management.
Adaptive containment, isolation, and other controls block malware’s intended actions. Malware recognition is unnecessary, which is where alternatives fail.
Blocks harmful actions from any risky applications. AppGuard auto-adapts to app changes, making it a lifetime protection against exploit (zero days too), SQL injection, and other attacks.
Agents run months to years without policy updates. There are no alerts for Sec-Ops personnel to triage/respond. Attacks are blocked in real-time before remediation needed.
AppGuard is 10-200 times lighter than alternatives in terms of computing power usage, making it ultra-lightweight protection that performs better than resource-consuming alternatives.
AppGuard’s patented controls protect critical apps and their resources from the rest of the endpoint, enabling safe operation by containing malicious processes.
AppGuard blocks the most advanced attacks, shutting down malware, ransomware, app exploits, remote executions, and other sophisticated attacks by stopping malicious processes before they start.
"Cost effective, efficient protection that made us more secure. It's as close to set and forget as you can get."
Today’s enterprises are writing, buying, and deploying more web applications than at any point in the history of computing. With the rapid growth of cloud services and mobile technology, applications are available everywhere — sometimes outside of the traditional IT infrastructure. This evolution has taken place so rapidly that many IT organizations are having trouble keeping up. This often leads to “out-of-sync” security, technology, and application development groups — and ultimately increases the risk to the organization.
Cybersecurity costs are rising each year, along with breach volume. Detect-and-react strategies are becoming more complex and costly, all while failing to stem the tide. Is there a better way to identify the true cost of cybersecurity and mitigate risks more effectively?
AppGuard hosted virtual panel with Jonathan Alboum of Veritas and Annie Jones of FERC discussing 5 Critical Areas All CISOs Should be Focused on at Year End. Moderated by Neal Conlon of AppGuard. AppGuard is a zero trust cybersecurity solution for enterprises and organizations.
AppGuard hosted virtual panel with Donald Welch of Penn State and Tony Cruz discussing 5 Critical Areas All CISOs Should be Focused on at Year End. Moderated by Neal Conlon of AppGuard. AppGuard is a zero trust cybersecurity solution for enterprises and organizations.
AppGuard hosted distinguished cybersecurity leaders, CIA executives Mark Kelton, Bob Bigman and former Congressman Mike Rogers to discuss the recent news on the Chinese Hardware Hack, endpoint, IoT and server security.