Bitdefender, a leading Internet security technology company protecting 500 million users worldwide, announces its layered next generation endpoint protection platform (NGEPP). Bitdefender GravityZone Endpoint Security HD, part of the Bitdefender GravityZone family of offerings, combines all the security services that organizations need in a single delivery platform to safeguard organizations from the highest cadre of sophisticated malware and malicious attacks that most other endpoint security products are blind to.
Organizations today are faced with a coverage gap in that modern malware from zero-day exploits, file-less attacks, advanced ransomware and phishing attempts have been successful in evading detection of existing antivirus tools. GravityZone Endpoint Security HD blocks these threats through aggressive and accurate detection, lower volume of noise and more actionable insight into relevant incidents. It leverages aggregated cloud and local machine learning algorithms, anti-exploit, process behavioral monitoring and integrated sandbox technologies in one single integrated modular agent that defend against these attacks.
At the same time, enterprises need stronger, consolidated endpoint controls including prevention, detection, and automated response, and with close to zero false positives from an easy to administer console. GravityZone Endpoint Security HD enables security teams to deploy an integrated, next-generation endpoint protection solution that delivers automated aggressive protection with a high degree of accuracy while providing better context of threats.
GravityZone HD features HyperDetect, an additional next-gen layer with the unique capability of identifying and reporting suspicious activities and providing early visibility into valuable Indicators of Compromise (IOC). It also includes the integrated Sandbox Analyzer, which enables the endpoint to take immediate action to block suspicious files in pre-execution, automatically submits them to the sandbox for further analysis, and can terminate malicious processes and roll back malicious changes. Security administrators now have enhanced endpoint optics into unauthorized or suspicious operating system requests, evasive actions to avoid detection and connections to command and control centers.