blackfog versus edr defense

Anti Data Exfiltration

BlackFog’s anti data exfiltration (ADX) provides a new paradigm in the fight against ransomware and cyberattacks. Rather than focusing on defense like 99% of other products, BlackFog focuses on what really matters, the data itself.

  • Focuses on prevention
  • Stops data leaving the device
  • Stops communication to C2 Servers
  • Stops lateral movement
  • Stops insider threats
  • Stops exfiltration to restricted countries
  • Stops data breaches
  • Stops over 99% of all ransomware

Real Time Network Filtering

BlackFog’s ADX technology filters network traffic in real time and operates on layer 3 of the OSI stack. Using advanced AI based algorithms it can stop cyberattacks and prevent the exfiltration of data from a device, protecting trade secrets, personally identifiable information (PII), data theft and extortion.

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Prevention versus Defense

The sophistication of today’s attacks has rendered existing security solutions obsolete. First generation technologies such as Anti-Virus using traditional fingerprint technologies no longer work. Similarly, second generation technologies such as EDR and XDR focus on defensive approaches which, while better, still fail to prevent attacks and rely heavily on IT departments to identify and respond.

BlackFog focuses on stopping the attack as it happens by focusing on data security and data exfiltration from the device to eliminate data extortion directly. Instead of waiting until you get infected, BlackFog focuses on preventing the attack in the first place protecting organizations data and privacy, and strengthening regulatory compliance.

Protection for every device

BlackFog provides multiple layers of protection across all of your devices and all platforms. The platform provides complete management of all devices in the Cloud with a single agent install on each device. BlackFog is fully orchestrated by design, with no management overhead, no complex setup and operates 24 x 7 and requires less than 1% CPU overhead.

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