Endgame will a release new cyber operations platform to the market March 30 in an effort to help enterprise organizations detect, block and disable cyber threats in the early stages of the attack.
The company said Feb. 29 it designed the product as a stealth tool with little-to-no detectable persistence, to integrate automated detection methods and give users precision response functions that isolate compromised platforms and end adversary activity.
The U.S. Air Force demonstrated the platform during a “Red Flag” exercise carried out to detect threats in the service branch’s networks, the report said.
“Over time, our conversations with security leaders made it clear that current technologies are failing against advanced adversaries,” said Endgame CEO Nate Fick.
Fick added the company built the new platform to reduce damages and losses through defenses against cyber adversaries in the initial stages.
Endgame’s platform also works to give users full visibility inside networks with uninterrupted protection from threats and stop threats early in the kill chain, the company said.