Defenses based solely on detection technologies fail to stop new or modified malware until after new detection data updates the tools protecting you.
It is often thought that smaller businesses are at less risk than large enterprises of a cyber attack. Unfortunately that is not the case!
What’s more, statistics show that smaller businesses are less likely to recover from a successful attack, so its even more important that they are properly protected with advanced cyber technology like AppGuard.
Larger organizations can afford to add ever more layers of protection and teams of skilled personnel to mitigate cyber risks. But for smaller businesses, any cyber investments must reduce risk without creating chaos that distracts from your business. That’s where AppGuard fits in.
AppGuard stops attacks by blocking those actions malware must do to succeed, instead of trying to recognize the malware itself, as AV, EDR, XDR do.
This entirely different technology provides the essential cyber security layer every company needs to defeat the growing number of increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.
SMBs are hit with malware as advanced as what hits large enterprises. AV/EDR often need days or weeks to catch up. Adding AppGuard defeats malware when it strikes.
Most SMBs lack the skills and resources to field a full cyber stack. Adding AppGuard shrinks the problems that complex cyber stacks treat, and cyber costs too.
Most of our SMB clients choose to deploy AppGuard using a specialist managed security service provider (MSSP) so they don’t have to be cyber warriors themselves.
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Stops attacks by not allowing malware to do what it must instead of trying to tell bad from good among nearly infinite patterns as with AV, EDR, and XDR.
Unlike application control, runs for months unchanged because patches, updates, downloads, and malware variations seldom require it.
Suppresses, contains, and isolates different actions at different parts of hosts to block malware techniques, yet allows legit work.
Not none, but fewer, and more than enough to matter. Adding an ‘unlike’ risk mitigator is more impactful than adding ‘like’ ones.
While not perfect, most major headlined malware was defeated since 2020. Imagine if this one layer were in your cyber stack since then.
Only ‘allowed’ processes (ie not malware) may touch credential caches by OS, web browsers, password managers, and more.
Stopping undetected malware earlier or missed entirely reduces EDR alerts and false positives that divert analysts attention from critical analyses.
Missing patches or zero-day exploits hijack YOUR applications to do YOU harm, but kernel-level containment does not let them.
Instead of quarantining or terminating servers, isolation does not allow unauthorized processes to touch critical folders/objects.
Most cyber incidents begin at endpoints. Stopping more attacks there helps make up for those unaffordable cyber stack layers.
MSSPs employ expertise in malware techniques and endpoints that enable them to make AppGuard protection even better.
Stopping attacks earlier or otherwise missed, reduces work and distractions at other cyber stack layers, better focus, less cost.
You can choose to deploy AppGuard using your own MSSP or alternatively you can use one of our expert-trained and accredited MSSPs. If you’d like to run AppGuard in-house, speak to your reseller about our training programs.
Most tools intending to stop malware attacks can only do so if and when the malware is recognized. AppGuard defeats malware by instead blocking those actions malware must do to achieve its goals. This is accomplished by combining three kernel-level enforced controls: launch, containment, and isolation. More can be read about this lightweight, easy to operate approach here.