Digital Immunity Amps Up the Cybersecurity Arsenal With Version 3.0 of DI PROTECT™

BURLINGTON, Mass. - Jan. 21, 2020 - PRLog -- Hackers and cyber criminals are constantly improving and adapting methods to compromise our information systems, and companies desperately play catch up all the time. Digital Immunity knows that proactivity is key to keeping malware and other digital threats at bay. Its state-of-the-art cybersecurity solution, DI PROTECT™, uses a unique bioinformatic architecture to stay a step ahead.

The patented DNA Mapping technology of DI PROTECT™ prevents all known and unknown threats, including APT's and zero-day attacks, from executing in memory at runtime. It hardens mission-critical operating systems and applications, with no disruption of processes or production. Digital Immunity's ControlCenter™ lets businesses mobilize their security teams with real-time actionable alerts and forensics artifacts in context.

Version 3.0 of the award-winning DI PROTECT™ is due for release Tuesday January 22, 2020.  This upgrade focuses on operational efficiency and efficacy, with DI Protect receiving important updates and enhancements, which include:

•          Enhanced protection against Privilege Escalation exploits.

•          DI Collector - Centralized multi-site DI PROTECT™ data access.

•          DI High Availability – DI PROTECT™ components clustering and operational load balancing.

•          Enhanced Countermeasures including Shellcode detection to prevent attackers from remotely gaining control of vulnerable systems.o Prevent Byte Code attacks by

•          Detecting .NET assemblies being loaded via the CLR (Common Language Runtime) to prevent byte code attacks

•          Enhanced Threat Hollowing to neutralize Reflective/PE Injection threats, Malicious Script threats and JavaScript Injection attacks

DI PROTECT protects Microsoft Windows devices (such as desktops, laptops, and servers), which are the originating source of over 70% of malware attacks - including Zero Day attacks, regardless of whether they are file based or file-less, known or unknown.

John Murgo, CEO/founder of Digital Immunity puts it best: "The bad guys aren't sitting around using the same old exploits; they are continually discovering new ways to rob and destroy our organizations. Because we are the only company on the market to utilize bioinformatics, we are uniquely positioned to stay a step ahead of any exploits the bad guys can build."

About Digital Immunity: Digital immunity is an award winning cybersecurity company that is redefining how endpoints are protected with its realtime Bioinformatic based security solution DI Protect ™.  A revolutionary architecture that continuously verifies the integrity of code executing in memory at runtime.

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