Making Zero Day Attacks Irrelevant with Deterministic Protection
Zero-day attacks have persisted for years, and they will continue to. Kaseya, NotPetya , SolarWinds, Log4J and so many other have made the headlines.
The most recent Log4J – was a massive software supply chain attack . Within the first 12 hours over 40,000 attacks were reported worldwide, rising to 830,000 after three days. Companies are still trying to determine the full extent of their data loss. The impact of the attack is widespread and may take years to address.
Clearly, traditional approaches to cybersecurity with the conventional tools of chasing and guessing the bad with threat detection and response have failed to protect the application workloads in runtime.
Gartner predicts that by 2025, 45% of organizations worldwide will have experienced attacks on their software supply chains, a three-fold increase from 2021.
But the new good news is that new models are emerging that completely eliminate the guess work and ensure application workload protection from known/unknown threats with killing of the attacks in milli-seconds even for the unpatched systems.