Advancing the art of malware detection to stop the breach at its source.
Containment and Detection
Protect your organization by killing zero-day malware and APTs in their tracks
Every employee in your organization is a target…and every time they go the Internet or open the email client they run the risk of becoming an unwitting accomplice to the breach of your network. The web browser and the email client are the easiest attack pathways as they are the most commonly used applications in your organization. Techniques such as spear-phishing, drive-by downloads, poisoned search engine results and the hijacking of legitimate web sites to push malware are all in use by the adversaries. The employee is under a constant state of attack and as a result, is the root cause of breach.
Recognizing this problem, Invincea has created a simple yet elegant solution. We protect your network from employee mistakes by protecting the employee from all untrusted content. At the core of the Invincea breach prevention platform is a focus on containment and advanced malware detection:
Invincea takes the most highly targeted applications in your network (the web browser, PDF reader, Office suite, zip files, executables) and seamlessly contains them in a virtualized environment. Every time the web browser is opened, or anytime an attachment comes from outside the network, Invincea creates a segregated environment for these applications to operate. By creating this specialized virtual environment, Invincea contains all malware – whether zero-day or known – and prevents it from attacking the host operating system as a pathway for breach and lateral movement in your network.
Unlike other solutions, Invincea does not rely on malware signatures for detection. Instead, it automatically identifies malware attacks based on behaviors and actions inside the contained, controlled and segregated environment. As a result, Invincea can detect zero-day attacks in real-time and thwart those attacks with ease.
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