Damballa Failsafe takes home award in Anti-Malware Category
Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading information security research and advisory guide, has named Damballa Failsafe v5.2.4, a Gold winner of the 2015 Global Excellence Awards in the category of Anti-Malware, Anti-Spam or Anti-Virus.
Study Finds Shrinking IT Professional Pool is Driving Need for Advanced Tools
A research report released today found that 57% of security and IT professionals find solutions utilizing advanced security analytics provide unique data that cannot obtained from other types of technologies, with 36% indicating that data automatically correlated from multiple sources improves their response.
EMA Research Director David Monahan to Discuss How Security Practitioners are Being Impacted by Staffing Shortages and Lack of Visibility into their IT Environment
Damballa today announced it will be co-hosting a webinar on May 12 featuring David Monahan, Research Director at Enterprise Management Associates that will examine and discuss key findings from a newly released research report titled, Data Driven Unloaded.
Research Conducted on 50% of US Mobile Traffic Finds You are 1.3 Times More Likely To Get Struck By Lightning Than Have Mobile Malware Communicating on Your Device
Damballa, a leader in advanced threat detection and containment, will be unveiling research on Wednesday, April 22nd at the RSA Conference, which details the overblown nature of the mobile malware problem.
Failsafe 6.0 Provides Enterprise-Class Modular Architecture, STIX Threat Intelligence Sharing
Failsafe 6.0 leverages a distributed computing architecture that enables the seamless addition of powerful new detection modules, ease of integration with other security technologies, and more efficient processing power.
Damballa, a leader in advanced threat detection and containment, today announced it has opened a new office in Japan, building on a strong partnership with Asgent, Inc. a regional information security solutions distributor.
Lunarline and Damballa today announced a strategic partnership to bring Damballa’s advanced threat detection technology to Lunarline’s Government clients in the Intelligence, DoD and Federal Civilian communities.
Damballa, a leader in advanced threat detection and containment, has been named one of the “Fast 50″ hottest privately held security and networking companies by JMP Securities, a full-service investment bank.
Damballa, the experts in advanced threat protection and containment, today announced that it has appointed Infinigate – one of Europe’s leading VADs (Value Added Distributors) of IT Security solutions – as its UK Distributor.
Advanced Threat Solution Validated to Improve Security Capabilities of IBM Security Network Protection and IBM Security QRadar SIEM Solutions
Damballa, the experts in advanced threat protection and containment today announced that the company’s FailSafe automatic breach defense system has received IBM PartnerWorld’s Ready for IBM Security Intelligence designation, providing assurance to IBM customers that it has been validated for integration with IBM Security products.
Winners Will Be Honored In San Francisco on April 20, 2015 during annual awards dinner and presentation
Damballa Failsafe named as a finalist for the 11th Annual 2015 Global Excellence Awards in the Anti-Malware category.
Top venture capitalists chose Damballa from a record number of nominees to present at the largest tech investor conference on the West Coast
Damballa, the experts in advanced threat protection and containment, today announced that the company has been selected to present to an exclusive group of senior-level investors and top executives at The Montgomery Summit in Santa Monica, Calif.
Joint Webinar Featuring Forrester Research Analyst John Kindervag to Explore New Strategies to Address Advanced Threats
The webinar will investigate why enterprises can no longer rely on passive, manual procedures to defend against advanced threats.
Ponemon and Damballa to Host Webinar on ‘The Cost of Malware Containment’
A new report from the Ponemon Institute reveals that enterprises spend $1.3 million a year dealing with false positive cyber security alerts, which equals nearly 21,000 hours in wasted time.