Malwarebytes, a leading advanced malware prevention and remediation solution, announced the release of its new single endpoint agent cloud platform for business featuring Malwarebytes Incident Response, Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection and a new cloud-based management console. Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection, now delivered as a service by the platform, features a signature-less Anomaly Detection Engine powered by machine learning. Combining seven protection layers, this new Malwarebytes solution is a more effective and efficient replacement for antivirus.
The new Malwarebytes cloud platform makes deployment and ongoing management of Malwarebytes solutions easy. Administrators benefit from broader visibility into endpoints that exist within their environment. Additionally, the solutions do not require a constant connection to the cloud platform, meaning users are still protected when they are not connected.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection, built on the Malwarebytes platform, is an endpoint security solution featuring layers of detection technologies with a unified endpoint agent. The new Anomaly Detection Engine has been integrated into Malwarebytes’ layered approach to security. Malwarebytes’ machine learning approach, powered by the new Anomaly Detection layer, provides real-time, signature-less detection against new and unknown threats by modeling known trusted files rather than attempting to model historical malware samples.
Malwarebytes Incident Response is a threat detection and remediation tool also built on the highly scalable, cloud-based management platform. Powered by the company’s proprietary Linking Engine, the solution provides the most complete and thorough remediation possible, improves threat detection for businesses of all sizes, and minimizes the time it takes to respond to an attack with the added benefits of scalability, flexibility and automation.
Malwarebytes is now a validated, next-generation replacement for traditional antivirus (AV) solutions. Coalfire Systems, Inc, a leading provider of cybersecurity, risk management and compliance services, certified by the PCI Security Standards Council as a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA), conducted an independent assessment of Malwarebytes. The company validated Malwarebytes as exceeding the technical conditions for antivirus software outlined within the requirements of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2, including requirements 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3.
“The threat landscape is changing every second with new malware variants arising every day,” said Marcin Kleczynski, CEO, Malwarebytes. “As security professionals, it is our responsibility to protect businesses from these threats, but most competitive offerings take a singular approach to the problem that cannot keep up with how fast malware is evolving. That is why we are now equipping businesses with seven different layers for stopping and remediating today’s and tomorrow’s threats.”