Triumfant Announces AtomicEye Version 6.0 Adding New Integrations of Advanced Threat Intelligence to Enhance its Detection and Remediation Capabilities on the Endpoint

Major Release Includes Threat Intelligence, Instant Query, Intelligent WhiteListing, Linux Agent, Support for Industry Standards and User-Friendly Executive Dashboard

ROCKVILLE, Md.--()--Enterprise endpoint security provider Triumfant, today released version 6.0 of AtomicEye. This major release includes several key features to the Triumfant adaptive security architecture, including the addition of a Linux agent for machine populations running the Linux operating systems, queries that execute in seconds, one-touch intelligent whitelisting and the ability to integrate threat intelligence information from external parties. With these enhanced real-time and predictive capabilities, Triumfant’s AtomicEye version 6.0 offers a complete endpoint threat detection and remediation solution, providing comprehensive capabilities to predict, prevent, detect and respond to today’s most sophisticated cyberattacks.

Designed for organizations that recognize the inevitability of targeted attacks and the shortcomings of traditional prevention tools, Triumfant’s AtomicEye picks up where other network and endpoint-based prevention tools continue to fail, providing organizations with continuous protection and automated, human-guided remediation capabilities without signatures or any other form of prior knowledge needed. Triumfant’s AtomicEye continuously monitors more than 700,000 system level elements per protected machine to monitor and detect both persistent and in-memory threats. As a result, AtomicEye provides an unprecedented capability to accurately detect anomalous activity in real-time and at the point of infiltration. AtomicEye detects the presence of malware and can set in motion an actionable and reliable recovery plan in under five minutes.

The addition of threat intelligence to the AtomicEye solution adds predictive capabilities to the already extensive detection and remediation offerings. The threat intelligence capabilities of AtomicEye version 6.0 leverages patented anomaly detection algorithms to anticipate threats, while contextual machine learning reduces false positives to a manageable level. Threat intelligence features also include select feeds from partner organizations including Reversing Labs, as well as customizable feed interfaces for almost any alternative feed provider. Now Triumfant customers can quickly detect newly emerging attacks, predict where potential threats will come from, and quickly respond to threats on the endpoint with the industry’s only one-touch remediation.

Other enhancements found in AtomicEye version 6.0 include a redesigned and user-friendly Executive Dashboard capturing system operations, threat trends, threat distribution and current threats impacting the organization in a simple and centralized location. AtomicEye version 6.0 also includes an intelligent whitelisting capability. This function builds a whitelist of exploits, and prevents other programs from running if an exploit is detected in order to quarantine the threat. In conjunction with the whitelisting, a Dynamic Incident Scoring function creates case files as an incident progresses in order to track a threshold of threat severity to pause operations if the threshold is exceeded. Common Access Card (CAC) authentication has also been added, making it easy for CAC card holders to access from Department of Defense (DoD) computer systems.

“Triumfant’s AtomicEye 6.0 is truly a 21st century response to a 21st century adversary. While the majority of popular security solutions only focus on the perimeter, AtomicEye’s central purpose is to ensure that once inside a network, no attacker can leave with proprietary information,” said John Prisco, CEO of Triumfant. “In a cyber-world where seconds can mean the difference between stopping an attack and being the victim of a major breach, you can’t rely on analysts to sift through months or even days of data. Focusing on the endpoint enables us to provide immediate detection and offer automated, human-approved remediation in real-time.”

For more information about Triumfant’s AtomicEye or to see a product demonstration, please visit: www.triumfant.com.

About Triumfant

Triumfant provides continuous protection from advanced malware threats on the endpoint, stopping cyber criminals in their tracks. Offering the most advanced detection capabilities and featuring enhanced memory and Mac features, Triumfant’s AtomicEye ensures that once inside a company’s or government agency’s systems, no attacker can leave with proprietary information, damage to enterprise systems is minimized, and critical assets are secured. Triumfant’s AtomicEye stops a breach before it becomes a full-scale attack then automatically repairs the machine(s) and any collateral damage within minutes – no human intervention or system downtime is required. When attacks occur, companies and government entities trust Triumfant to quickly recover and prevent loss. Visit www.triumfant.com.

Contacts

LaunchTech Communications
Kate Davis, 410-698-5211
Kate@golaunchtech.com

Release Summary

Enterprise endpoint security provider Triumfant, today released version 6.0 of AtomicEye. This major release includes several key features to the Triumfant adaptive security architecture.

Contacts

LaunchTech Communications
Kate Davis, 410-698-5211
Kate@golaunchtech.com