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NanoOS + Artificial Intelligence
The NanoOS coupled with a powerful A.I. engine leaves no room for malware to hide. A dynamic behavioural analysis system keeps your devices always safe.
Secure Your Data
Protect your data from ransomware attacks with an adaptive engine capable of identifying known and previously unknown threats.
Detect and Respond
Triage your security incidents within seconds from discovery with a highly automated A.I. assisted assessment and response workflow.
More Power with Less
Gain complete visibility over your infrastructure with a platform that's sophisticated yet easy to use. No additional staff or skills are required.
Detect known and previously unknown threats - malware based, non-malware based and in-memory only attacks - in real-time.
Track the threat from the beginning and as it develops over time, the NanoOS will continue to retrieve information even if the system is fully compromised.
Obtain full visibility and situational awareness over your infrastructure, instantly hunt for present and past threats, lateral movements and infrastructural anomalies.
Activate automated protection on critical areas of your infrastructure to keep devices safe 24/7 without human intervention.
THERE’S NO SECURITY WITHOUT ENDPOINT MONITORING AND PROTECTION.
The cyberthreat landscape is in constant evolution, organizations are constantly under attack by a variety of different threats, ranging from ransomware to malware and non-malware based attacks. Adopting an Endpoint Threat Response platform is necessary for security-aware organizations. For attackers getting access to the internal network is often as easy as delivering an attachment to one of the users and when inside they can move fast. Defenders are faced with many challenges, the biggest being that of a lack of context and discovery capabilities on their endpoints. A.I. is today superseding legacy and signature-based technologies, offering a powerful approach for the detection of both known and previously unknown kind of attacks, based on traditional malicious binaries, abuse of system tools or in-memory only vectors.