Unlike Anti-Virus Software, Sandboxes, and Next-Gen Firewalls that are designed to catch only malicious binaries and web exploits, the SlashNext Active Cyber Defense System provides Zero-Day protection against all major internet based threats including Social Engineering Attacks (SEAs), Data-Exfiltration, Malware & Web Exploits.
Block credential stealing, scare-ware, social media & technical support scams
Protect against both malware and non-malware data exfiltration and IP theft
Trap metamorphic malware executables the instant they attempt to enter your network
Block attacks targeting document, browser and web plug-in vulnerabilities
MINUTE INSTALL TIME
Protect your entire network in less time than it takes to setup a wifi modem.
No blacklists, no whitelists, no filters, no thresholds – just plug in the span port link and go.
Out of band monitoring introduces zero incremental latency. System interfaces with existing IT infrastructure to achieve real-time blocking.
No software to deploy anywhere! No compatibility issues, no users complaining about slow PCs, no software updates, no configuration, no down time.
'SlashNext fills the space between the perimeter and the end point. It gives us a quick, clear understanding of what made it past our standard defenses without all the noise typically associated with malware detection and forensics'.
'SlashNext’s pay-as-you-go model allowed us to purchase world class protection without a large initial capital outlay. The sales team understood our needs and constraints and worked with us to find a structure that benefited both companies'.
'All of our systems produce a lot of reports, but finding important information is like finding a needle in a haystack. The nice thing about SlashNext is that it only shows me the needles'.
'SlashNext is the first advanced threat security product that we have bought to actually find issues that our NextGen Firewall , Data-Exfiltration Prevention tools, and Anti-Virus all missed'.
'SlashNext has sparked the interest of more customers than just about any other product we’ve seen in the last 3-5 years. They catch the threats that other solutions miss or never see'.
Progressive Learning™ replicates the minds of Cyber Threat Analysts through advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) – essentially giving you a team of the world’s most advanced researchers protecting you at CPU speed, 24x7.
Using the power of cloud computing, Active Reconnaissance™ hunts down malicious servers to discover who the enemy is, where he lives and what he will do next.
No more probabilities, color coding, thresholds, whitelisting or blacklisting – just a single definitive verdict, "Malicious" or "Not Malicious".
Norwest Venture Partners is a global venture capital and growth equity investment firm that manages more than $6 billion in capital. The firm targets early to late stage venture and growth equity investments across a wide range of sectors including: technology, information services, business services, financial services, consumer products/services and healthcare. Headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., Norwest has offices in San Francisco and New York, and subsidiaries in Mumbai and Bengaluru, India and Herzelia, Israel. The firm has funded more than 600 companies since inception.
Founded in 2013, Wing Venture Capital is the best-of-breed venture capital firm devoted to early-stage, long-term company building in business technology. Wing emphasizes craftsmanship over volume, and engages deeply with founders to help them create companies that matter. The body of work of Wing’s award-winning team spans more than two decades and dozens of successful early-stage companies, 16 of which went on to achieve billion-dollar-plus outcomes following IPOs or acquisitions.
Antivirus software initially relied heavily on signatures to identify malware and other object based threats. Indeed, even today’s current AV products still primarily use a signature engine for detection. Signatures were and are determined when a malware (or malicious file object) arrives in the hands of an antivirus firm, and is analyzed by malware researchers …
Kirk is a newly discovered ransomeware. It is similar in function to other ransomeware but its authors (presumably fans of Gene Rodenberry’s iconic TV series) have borrowed character names for the encryption and decryption components. Two notable items related to Kirk are: The program is written in python which is quite uncommon for ransomware. The …
Felismus is a sophisticated Remote Access Trojan (RAT) and, to date, has been used in highly targeted campaigns. RATs allow an attacker to access the infected machine in much the same way one would access a remote machine using TeamViewer, WebEx, or Windows Remote Terminal, however without the infected user’s knowledge or consent. Felismus implements …
Popular global brands like Yahoo, Gmail, Microsoft, and DropBox are commonly used for Credential Phishing attacks. Typically the attacker creates a replica of the brand’s Sign-in or Password recovery page and attempts to lure victims into entering their confidential information into the fake page. Today, at a large customer site, we witnessed a new twist to this …
Hackers have come up with new and innovative way to perform credential phishing attacks. Typical credential phishing is done by creating look-a-like web pages hosted on compromised web servers or servers owned by the attacker himself. The problem for an attacker is that eventually signature based technologies catch up and black list these pages. Attackers have found …