End Point Deception
Active Endpoint Cyber Defense
Deceptive Bytes provides an innovative solution against threats in enterprises’ most critical and exposed assets, their endpoints. The solution creates dynamic & deceptive information which interferes with any attempt to recon the environment and deters the attacker from executing its malicious intents, through all the stages of compromise in the Attack Kill Chain – covering advanced & sophisticated malware techniques, constantly making sure all the endpoints & data in the enterprise are secured.
Preemptive & Proactive
Real time detection & response
The thin agent (<1.5 MB) and 0.0.1 CPU
Signature - Less
No constant updates or signatures
Low to non-exiting false positive
What is Deceptive bytes
Provides an innovative solution against threats in enterprises’ most critical and exposed assets, their endpoints!
Making malware believe it’s in an unattractive/hostile environment to attack and reducing the chances of a successful attack.
For example, creating a sandbox/VM environment which deter malware.
Actively responding to threats as they evolve, changing the outcome of the attack through all the stages of the Endpoint Kill Chain.
Identifying & preventing legitimate apps being used for malicious operations.
Deceptive is the best option to improve the security of corporate networks without investing in several products and without having a skilled workforce
Doesn’t impact user experience 0
Easy to use 0
Prevents unknown & sophisticated threats
The deception based solution uses common behaviors malware use against it and prevents threats without using signatures, patterns or prior knowledge
System-wide protection with pinpoint handling
The solution doesn’t need to scan everything, it only handles unknown processes
NO constant updates
The solution doesn’t need to be updated frequently since it uses common behavior malware use which doesn’t update often
High stability - operates in User-mode
The thin agent operates in user-mode, meaning it can’t cause system failure or used as a point of entry to potential attackers & gain full access to the OS