GTMaritime’s Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) adds an additional layer of protection providing advanced malware detection, utilising its global threat intelligence network.
With its deep content inspection, the ATP solution works using behaviour based technology utilising its elastic sandbox environment to visualise and report on exactly what the malware interacts with compared to the typical signature based detection which relies upon previously known exploits.
Cybercrime is projected to exceed $2 trillion by 2019 and malware is the primary culprit in many of these security breaches. Today’s malware has become so sophisticated that it can detect and outsmart “next generation” security systems, including those with the latest sandbox appliances, firewalls, and IPS. Unlike those other technologies, GTMaritime’s ATP solution defeats the most advanced and evasive malware.
Sophisticated malware can determine whether it is on an actual user’s device, or inside an environment like a sandbox, or a virtual machine instance. Once it detects these environments it alters its behaviour and avoids detection. Deep content inspection can remain hidden while determining which malicious objects are capable of evasion techniques and then provide the appropriate input to analyse the complete range of malicious behaviour.