AppGuard’s patented technologies enable endpoint agents to run smoothly for months or even years without policy updates, regardless of app changes. That means personnel can focus on mission-critical tasks instead of tracking and addressing threats.
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.
"AppGuard is the technology I trust to keep my machines safe and my communications private"
The point of applying zero trust within the endpoint is to reap better protection for less effort. Familiar names in cyber security are ineffective and labor intensive because they monitor and investigate vast, diverse volumes of detection and indicator data from multiple perspectives at multiple stages of malware attacks; before and after compromise. They are parsing infinite possibilities, requiring more tools, more personnel, and more skills every year. Those who think machine learning will help them scale are finding that the single most pervasive characteristic in enterprise IT — CHANGE — is also machine learning’s greatest adversary.
How Can You Achieve Zero Trust Endpoint Protection?
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.
As cyber threats grow, many organizations are building security operations centers (SOCs) to improve their defenses. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of a SOC in your organization — and what to do if you can’t afford to build one.
AppGuard CISO Panel: Listen to Bob Bigman, former CISO for the CIA, Fatih Comlekoglu and Neal Conlon of AppGuard discuss the current gap in server protection solutions and how AppGuard Server solves them to provide sever protection and data protection.
Listen to Karen Andersen of Eide Bailly, Theresa Semmens of University of Miami and Neal Conlon of AppGuard discuss cybersecurity hacks and vulnerabilities that you didn’t know even existed.
Both planned and unwitting individuals within an organization are a major threat. Mark Kelton, Chief of Counterintelligence for the CIA during the Edward Snowden affair will discuss the impact and real risk of insider threats. Mark and attorneys Kevin Carroll and Avi Gesser will also discuss the privacy laws and concerns involved with monitoring and securing individuals within those entities.