Disrupting hackonomics

No matter how heavily defended by existing technologies, enterprise systems are still highly vulnerable to attack, because the asymmetry of hackonomics – the economics of cybertheft – greatly favors the attacker. The similarity of many of today’s systems architectures makes them susceptible to “break once, exploit everywhere” attacks.

Polyverse’s Moving Target Defense-based solution creates a “too hard even to break once” scenario. Polyverse’s binary scrambling can create unique versions of applications, fundamentally breaking zero-day exploits so they simply don’t run. For attacks that can break through even a fully scrambled system, Polyverse’s self-healing features continuously restore an application to a known good state every few seconds.

With Polyverse, cyberattacks have little chance of succeeding in the first place, and in any case are automatically removed every few seconds – even if they are not detected.

Moving Target Defense enables Polyverse’s technology to obliterate both the attack strategies and economic incentives of cyberattackers. No surprise, then, that Polyverse aces rigorous third-party penetration tests that outsmart conventional security tools. We offer cutting-edge protection in a single, easy-to- install solution that is fully configurable to any organization's system – and that can be deployed either incrementally or as a comprehensive turn-key package. The Polyverse solution is fully integrated into the system under its protection: Polyverse is code that simply ships and deploys alongside that system’s own code.

There is no such thing as a 100% attack-proof system. But by changing the defense mindset from increasingly costly (and breachable) castle walls to an MTD-based model, Polyverse delivers organization-wide defenses that are orders of magnitude better than existing security tools – and makes it immensely difficult for hackers to hit the cyberlotto jackpot.

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