Endgame 2.6 Achieves Unprecedented Stopping Power with 99.5% Prevention Efficacy, 85% MITRE ATT&CK™ Coverage, First and Only Security Chatbot Interface

New advances in speed and scale processes 260 million events per second sustained across the largest enterprises

ARLINGTON, VA - March 28, 2018 - Endgame, the leader in endpoint protection against targeted attacks, today announced platform upgrades that achieve unmatched stopping power. Proven prevention efficacy, combined with the most extensive coverage of MITRE ATT&CK™, and the simplicity of the industry’s first and only security chatbot, gives customers the stopping power to halt targeted attacks in time to prevent damage and loss.

“As targeted attacks become the norm and the security talent gap continues to widen, it’s critical that security tools allow analysts of any skill level to address complex attacks” said Dave Shackleford, member of the Board of Directors for SANS Technology Institute. “With this new release, Endgame delivers greater range of threat visibility and enhanced ease of use. Using automated workflows combined with Endgame’s chatbot Artemis™, analysts have the tools required to respond confidently to attacks faster than ever before.”

Unprecedented Speed and Scale
Today’s attacks like ransomware take milliseconds to execute. Microsoft Azure Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection recently achieved event search performance of 200 million events in 2 seconds. Endgame’s unique new architecture collects and analyzes 260 million events generated by 100,000 endpoints in 1 second and scales linearly to 1,000,000+ endpoints. Endgame accomplishes this by vertically integrating data collection, enrichment, analytics, and visualization using a micro-services platform architecture and autonomous, cross-platform endpoint agents.

Endgame Adds MacOS, Unparalleled Prevention Efficacy
Endgame’s Windows signatureless endpoint protection agent, independently-proven to perform at 99.5% prevention efficacy, also includes EDR and threat hunting functions. Already available on Linux and Solaris, Endgame’s agent is now available for macOS and is the first macOS protection to combine machine learning prevention with detection and response and hunting in a single agent. Endgame is also the first to run both a macOS and Windows machine learning malware prevention model in VirusTotal, furthering our commitment to transparency in publicly disclosing the efficacy of our platform.

Endgame Deepens MITRE ATT&CK™ Coverage for Detection and Response
In the first-ever APT3 attack emulation exercise by MITRE Corporation, Endgame covered 85% of  attacker techniques including privilege escalation, persistence, credential access, discovery, lateral movement, remote copy and execution.  Endgame’s recently-released open-source Red Team Automation scripts, mapped to the MITRE ATT&CK™ model,  empowers enterprises to identify gaps in their protection coverage against targeted attacks.

Endgame Delivers Simplicity at Scale with Artemis®
Artemis®, Endgame’s AI-powered chatbot, shoulder surfs operators as they use Endgame Resolver® attack visualization and Arbiter, our malware analysis engine, to understand and visualize the nature of an attack. Operators can ask Artemis to understand the scope of what they’re seeing, including whether artifacts have been seen before, where, and execute response actions. Artemis continues to simplify operator experience as new capabilities are added to the Endgame platform.

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About Endgame
Endgame's endpoint protection platform brings certainty to security with the most powerful scope of protections and simplest user experience, ensuring analysts of any skill level can stop targeted attacks before information theft. Endgame unifies prevention, detection, and threat hunting to stop known and unknown attacker behaviors at scale with a single agent. For more information, visit www.endgame.com and follow us on Twitter @EndgameInc.

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