Press Releases


Demand for Damballa’s Automated Breach Detection Drives Record Q4 and FY 2014

Company Adds New Customers Globally, Across Numerous Verticals
Damballa, a leader in automated breach detection, today announced record growth and revenue for Q4 and full-year 2014. Damballa Failsafe delivers advanced threat protection and containment for active threats that bypass all security prevention layers.


Damballa Provides Exceptional Subscriber Protection To Carriers with New CSP 2.0

Industry’s Leading Solution Already In Use for Over 55% of North American Internet Traffic, 33% of Mobile Traffic
Damballa, the experts in advanced threat protection, today announced the launch of Damballa CSP 2.0, which provides Communication Service Providers the features they need to ensure subscriber security and quality of service.


Damballa Breach Week 2014: A Treat for those Suffering From Cyber Security Breach Fatigue

SANS Director John Pescatore Featured in Week-long Virtual Series Aimed at Helping Enterprises Deal with Scary Network Security Threats
Breach Week will feature a complimentary series of daily discussions about today’s threat landscape, how threat actors function, the tools they use, and best practices for detecting and responding to data breaches.


New Stratecast | Frost & Sullivan Analysis Cites Damballa as Complete Botnet Detection Solution

A new report from industry analyst firm Frost & Sullivan titled, The Forgotten Barometer: Bot Detection as an Integral Security Technology cites Damballa’s advanced threat protection and containment approach among security vendor solutions offering the most complete and having the greatest potential for differentiation in detecting advanced persistent threats (APT).


Damballa Releases Q2 2014 State of Infections Report

Damballa, the experts in advanced threat protection and containment, today released its Q2 State of Infections Report highlighting that, when it comes to active malware infection, ‘size doesn’t matter’ – large and small enterprises alike had a wide range of infection rates.