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TaaSera Malware Behavior Detection System

The foundation of TaaSera Inc.'s NetAnalyzer is from funding from the U.S. Army Research Office granted to researchers at SRI International. The company has tuned its system to detect anomalies using a 12-stage lifecycle of malware behavioral activity. The goal is to find previously unknown threats or zero-day exploits. The platform was designed to provide continuous monitoring over endpoints, servers, network devices, virtual machines, and mobile or cloud infrastructure. It combines the malware behavior engine with a feed connecting to a database of malicious IP and URL addresses. The company said it adds more than 10,000 new sites daily.

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