Prevention by Deception
Active Endpoint Cyber Defense
In an ever growing advanced threat landscape, one solution is making a difference.
Providing a multi-stage protection that dynamically responds to threats as they evolve and beats the bad guys at their own game!
Over 99.9% prevention rate against ransomware & malware.
Help Improve security for
CISOS / IT MANAGERS
MSSPs / INTEGRATORS
Sagi Lamay, CEO
Malware is very clever and evasive, using different techniques to evade detection and analysis by security systems & researchers.
Today’s cyber defenses suffer from a backward looking & pattern/signature–matching design construct.
The result: attackers are always ahead of defenders...
With Deception Inside
Deceptive Bytes provides an innovative solution against threats in enterprises’ most critical and exposed assets, their endpoints!
The solution creates dynamic & deceiving information which interferes with any attempt to recon the environment and deters any ransomware or malware from executing its malicious intents…
✓ Prevents unknown and sophisticated threats
✓ Very high prevention and detection rates
✓ Real time detection & response
✓ System-wide protection with pinpoint handling
✓ Deploys in seconds & Easy to operate
✓ Low resource usage (CPU, memory & disk)
✓ NO constant updates
✓ Operates in stand-alone/disconnected & VDI environments
✓ Stops millions of threats using only 1 evasion technique
✓ High stability – operates in User-mode
✓ Triggering high-fidelity alerts
✓ Low to non-existing false positive rate
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