Endgame and Corvil have entered into a partnership to combat increasingly complex cyber threats with unprecedented visibility, superior protection, and automated investigation across the network and endpoints.
Endgame’s customers include the most targeted military and commercial organizations, is the only endpoint platform unifying prevention, detection and response, and threat hunting to allow analysts of any skill level to stop sophisticated attacks before information theft.
(Targeted attacks are on the rise, and are 100% successful at bypassing security defenses. Hear from Lyndon Brown, Endgame’s Director of Corporate Development, on how Endgame stops these nation state-level attacks before data theft or damage. Courtesy of Endgame and YouTube)
Corvil, whose customers include top global financial service and banking companies, provides real-time traffic analysis to safeguard financial transactions representing over $1 trillion on a daily basis.
The partnership offers best-in-class protection to stop targeted attacks before damage and loss occurs while empowering security teams to be more proactive and productive.
The integration joins Corvil’s unequaled, real-time, granular network visibility and user tracking capability with Endgame’s full-stack endpoint visibility and protection against the most malicious attack types including never-before-seen malware, in-memory, malwareless, and ransomware attacks.
By combining live intelligence from deep packet network analysis with endpoint protection at the kernel and memory, the partnership offers the deepest visibility yet.
It enables security teams to detect more, sooner; increase analyst efficiency; and execute precision response actions.
“The techniques attackers use today are increasingly aggressive, complex, and difficult to detect,” said Nate Fick, Endgame’s CEO.
“Security solutions that only identify customer breaches after damage and loss are no longer acceptable.”
“Corvil shares our philosophy of direct, aggressive protection.”
“Extending the visibility we can offer customers across the network and endpoint represents the most comprehensive solution available on the market.”
The integration allows customers to extend their protection across user, network, and endpoint, including cloud infrastructure and IOT devices to provide:
- Continuous threat detection and response
- Complete protection against exploits and APTs
- Automated alert triage
- Streamlined investigation
- Automated threat hunting
“The Endgame – Corvil partnership provides the combination of deep shared insights across attack surfaces with automation and integrated workflows creating the focused response needed to help ebb the rising frequency and costs of today’s cyberattacks,” said David Monahan, Research Director, Security and Risk Management, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA).
It promises to provide relief to overburdened security teams who would otherwise be forced to work across fragmented toolsets.”
Earlier this year, to empower security analysts of any skill level to do more, both companies extended their innovations in the area of machine learning.
Endgame Artemis™, the AI-powered security chatbot, uses NLU (natural language understanding) to automate data collection, guided investigation and triage at enterprise scale.
(Hear a customer at Texas A&M discuss how Artemis, Endgame’s AI-powered chatbot, helps accelerate attack detection and response. Courtesy of Endgame and YouTube)
Corvil Cara, the virtual security expert, applies machine learning algorithms to reliably assess ongoing cybersecurity risks, assessing overall security risk scores and surfacing the riskiest issues.
This integration bridges those innovations to redefine security operations.
The different backgrounds and unique approaches of the two companies illustrate the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape as it innovates to meet the unprecedented volume and complexity of global cyberattacks.
“Cybersecurity is an urgent priority for all industries and requires companies to leverage the best learnings and experiences for protection,” said David Murray, Corvil’s Chief Business Development Officer.
“By combining Endgame’s heritage in protecting against nation-state adversaries with Corvil’s longstanding leadership in safeguarding algorithmic businesses, we, uniquely, provide critical capabilities that our customers across industries require.
“Today’s partnership with Endgame enables us to cover a wider spectrum of an organization’s infrastructure and empower today’s overburdened security teams.”
Available today to early adopter customers, Corvil’s integration with Endgame enables advanced precision hunting techniques and streamlines detection and investigation for security teams.