- May 16, 2018
I don't know much about this capability -- in fact I heard of it for the first time yesterday.
My employer did some basic testing on this product --- and it seems (preliminary) to be VERY solid. Most products tested with analogous malware packages don't do so well.
Again, I don't know anything about the product, but one of the tech's told me that it is a 'nontraditional' product.
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Yeah... I know... how many times have we all heard this kinda cyber mumbo jumbo..
Their "Behavior Pattern Mapping" may just be whitelisting. Again, I dunno. This thing is new to me.
But it seems to work.
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