We’d Rather Show Than Tell
While we can explain what impact Perseus can make for you, we believe Perseus is best appreciated through a live demo. So we invite you to take 15 minutes to see for yourself how spending less than an hour to setup Perseus can save your team hours of time.
Why Choose Perseus?
Perseus is a unique agentless technology that can be setup in less than an hour, integrates with your current security products, and significantly improves your organization’s detection, triage, and forensics capabilities.
Detect Undiscovered Malware
“It sometimes takes considerable analysis, requiring extensive technical knowledge and experience, to confirm that an incident has been caused by malware, particularly if the malware threat is new and unknown”
Sophisticated new threats are designed to bypass the most commonly deployed endpoint and perimeter security products. It can take weeks before conventional security products will detect these threats. Perseus uses a different approach. It detects all unauthorized persistence in your environment. It provides this low volume, high-value data to your analysts allowing them to quickly and accurately identify infected endpoints.
Perseus enables security teams to quickly find the persistent malware that is currently going undetected by other security technologies.
Improve Triaging of Incidents
“Prioritizing the handling of the incident is perhaps the most critical decision point in the incident handling process”
In order to appropriately prioritize an incident, you must know whether that incident involves an active threat. But most organizations lack the tools necessary to make that determination before analysts conduct their investigation. This results in analysts investigating lower priority incidents before higher priority ones because they lacked all the critical data needed to make informed triage decisions.
Perseus enables security teams to quickly and accurately determine whether persistent threats are present on a computer before conducting their investigation, ensuring that the highest priority incidents get immediate attention
Increase Analyst Efficiency
“If the source of the incident cannot easily be confirmed, it is often better to respond as if it were caused by malware and to alter response efforts if it is later determined that malware is not involved. Waiting for conclusive evidence of malware might have a serious negative impact on response efforts and significantly increase the damage sustained by the organization”
While it is prudent to follow this guidance, doing so ultimately results in analysts wasting time trying to find malware that does not exist. Analysts are all too often forced to choose between being thorough or being efficient. With Perseus, analysts aren’t forced to sacrifice thoroughness or efficiency. Perseus indicates whether there is any persistent malware present on a computer before an analyst begins an investigation. This keeps analysts from wasting time looking for malware that isn’t there and expedites investigations where malware is present.
Perseus provides your analysts with the information needed to ensure they can remain both thorough and efficient in their investigations.
How Does Perseus Work?
Perseus turns a key capability of malware into its weakness: malicious persistence (the ability for malware to survive the reboot of a computer). Perseus is designed to be the most effective technology for the detection, visualization, and remediation of persistent malware. It integrates with your existing security technologies to acquire the data necessary to perform its analysis, eliminating the need to deploy yet another agent.
Perseus is unique in that it provides this critical persistence information to analysts before they begin their investigation. This has a profound impact on the triage and investigation process. But the impact Perseus makes is better shown than told. See for yourself by scheduling a 15 minute demo. We show how taking less than an hour to setup Perseus can save you hours of time. Or request a copy pf our technical whitepaper.