Every day 100.000 new malwares are created, the sheer volume of new cyberthreats is a serious challenge for traditional cybersecurity solutions. Keeping up with these numbers is not easy and malware writers are generating new malware samples dynamically on a per-download basis. New threats require a new solution, capable of detecting malwares on the fly without any assumption of previous knowledge about the threat itself. In order to achieve this we have created a new solution that leverages a powerful NanoOS coupled with a fast and flexible Artificial Intelligence engine.

ReaQta NanoOS Cyber security

NanoOS

The NanoOS is a real-time monitoring system that decouples completely the original operating system from the hardware. After the installation the NanoOS slips in-between the operating system and the hardware, granting an unprecedented level of control and becoming the only gateway for the software to access the CPU, RAM, disks etc… Working from the outside the NanoOS cannot be detected or disabled by a malware trying to thwart the protection system, making it an ideal choice for high security environments. The privileged position in which the NanoOS runs makes malware hiding techniques completely ineffective and the hardware-enforced isolation granted by the CPU provides an additional level of security to your systems.

Artificial Intelligence

Nowdays trying to keep up with new malwares by using a standard signature-based system is a lost battle. Signatures are effective on already identified threats, when it comes to newly released malwares a different type of approach is required. A flexible Artificial Intelligence engine analyzes constantly every application running on the machine, looking for malicious and aggressive behaviors. When such a behavior is detected, the threat is immediately neutralized, no human intervention is required in fact the A.I. engine takes care of blocking suspicious activities for you. Using A.I. means no signatures, no updates and a protection system that constantly learns from the users.