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Sarah Kuranda

Minerva Anti-Evasion Platform

Endpoint security company Minerva announced at Black Hat that it had enhanced its Anti-Evasion Platform, adding new capabilities to protect against unknown threats. The enhancements include ransomware protection by protecting against data loss, memory injection prevention, and malicious document prevention by blocking malicious actions initiated by document files.

"Instead of relying on previously known patterns, behaviors or signatures, our Anti-Evasion Platform deceives the threat regarding its ability to interact with various aspects of its environment. Our solution blocks the adversary from gaining a foothold on the endpoint, rendering evasive techniques ineffective," Eddy Bobritsky, co-founder and CEO of Minerva, said in a statement. "Unlike other solutions, our deceptive approach to blocking unknown malware doesn't rely on which attack vector it came through. Instead, it simulates an environment where malware would never be able to execute, significantly reducing the organization's endpoint security efforts."

 
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