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Damballa Failsafe agentless network monitoring that precisely detects compromised machines under criminal control
Damballa was founded in 2006 by pioneering data security scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology. They foresaw that traditional security prevention controls would inevitably be out-maneuvered by motivated threat actors.
Get a pulse on your security. Damballa’s Network Security Checkup discovers where criminals have gotten through your perimeter defense so you can stop data theft and plug the gaps.
If you find devices inside your network that are communicating with criminal operators, you can stop data theft. Yet most enterprise security stacks are not designed to detect this behavior much less automatically block it.
Today’s threats evolve constantly. Prevention tools, like anti-virus, firewalls and sandboxes, can’t stop infections they haven’t seen before. Damballa Failsafe is different. It fills the gap between failed prevention and your incident response.
Damballa empowers Service Providers to proactively alert their subscribers to risk. This creates an opportunity to build trust by offering valuable remediation and preventative products and services.
Point of Sale (POS) terminals create a vulnerable attack surface for Retailers. A quick scan of the infamous and near-daily breach headlines underscores the issue. But there is hope for Retailers struggling with how to discover POS threats.
With the decreasing effectiveness of prevention suites, information security professionals are turning to alternative approaches to detecting the presence of advanced malware.
Damballa drives effective adoption and value realization by offering services to ensure customers have a clear view of the threat landscape and are effectively leveraging Failsafe for successful threat defense.
Damballa University provides an extensive curriculum of training to ensure your success with Damballa products. We offer training through a rich set of self-paced modules that meet the needs of a diverse set of roles.
Research shows that organizations that regularly incorporate training into IT project budgets and implementation have a higher rate of project success — and ultimately a better return on technology investment — than those that minimize training.