Comodo Security Solutions has rebranded to Xcitium, as the company launches its patented zero threat endpoint technology to combat an increase in ransomware and other malware across all industries.
Xcitium Zero Threat is the only solution on the market that entirely eliminates potential damage by isolating these threats and rendering them ineffective without any disruption to a customer’s workflow.
At a time when cyber attacks are increasing exponentially, leaving both enterprises and governmental agencies vulnerable to losing millions, Xcitium’s suite of solutions is even more vital to prevent the damages that these threats continue to cause.
“The third guarantee in life, after death and taxes, is that ransomware and other malware will continue to infiltrate enterprise networks, undetected. These threats are now impacting businesses of all sizes across the globe, and security professionals are inundated trying to detect them,” said Ken Levine, CEO of Xcitium.
“Xcitium differs from other endpoint solutions in that we isolate these threats completely, thereby eliminating their ability to execute and giving security professionals time to deploy any needed protection measures.”
Zero Threat utilises patented Kernel API Virtualisation to prevent all unknown ransomware and other malware from accessing critical systems and resources without any impact to the user experience, and with a goal of reducing false positive alerts.
“Every day, the AV-TEST Institute registers more than 450,000 new malicious malware strains and potentially unwanted applications, for which enterprises must stay vigilant. This creates alert fatigue within many organisations,” said Levine.
“Zero Threat gives customers’ peace of mind in knowing that any ransomware and other malware lurking undetected in their environment will remain dormant, resulting in zero breaches.”
Xcitium is used by more than 3,000 organisational customers and partners around the globe. Founded with one simple goal – to put an end to cyber breaches, Xcitium’s patented Zero Threat’ technology uses Kernel API Virtualization to isolate and remove threats like zero-day ransomware and other malware before they cause any damage.
Zero Threat is the cornerstone of Xcitium’s endpoint suite which includes advanced endpoint protection (AEP), endpoint detection and response (EDR), and managed detection & response (MDR). Since inception, Xcitium has a zero breach track record when fullyconfigured.