BELLEVUE, Wash., April 03, 2018--Polyverse Corporation won the prestigious Innovative Product of the Year award at the Pacific Northwest’s Eastside Business Awards on March 29, 2018 for their flagship product, Polymorphing for Linux. The award recognizes Polyverse for creating a cybersecurity solution that is both simpler and more effective than traditional approaches, saving customers money while rendering zero-day cyberattacks obsolete.
Traditional cybersecurity solutions have quite simply failed—witness the near-daily news of major hacks on major corporations and governments. The reason is simple: companies run identical versions of Linux or Microsoft Windows software. Attackers are easily able to study this software to craft attacks, and companies are left scrambling to patch their systems well after the fact.
Polyverse’s unique, patented technology takes a radically different approach. Every Polyverse system is unique and constantly changing at the underlying binary level, thanks to the company’s Moving Target Defense technology. This creates continuously-diverse binaries that are completely unknown to attackers. Zero-day attacks simply fail, even on unpatched systems. Best of all, this is achieved via a simple, single-command-line installation with no impact on performance or day-to-day operations.
The rapidly growing, Bellevue-based, cybersecurity firm is led by Alexander Gounares, a former technology advisor to Bill Gates. Fortune 500 companies and governments globally use Polyverse to protect their cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) systems. Polyverse operates by far the largest Linux build and distribution system in the world.
For more information, please contact Polyverse via (855) 765-9837 or sales(at)polyverse(dot)io. For general information about Polyverse and to obtain a copy of our latest white paper, please visit https://polyverse.com.
Polyverse Corporation is a cybersecurity company using its Moving Target Defense technology to defend global enterprises and governments against the most devastating zero-day cyberattacks. The Polyverse polymorphic version of Linux® is the only moving target defense product proven in a recent U.S. Department of Defense study to stop 100 percent of zero-day memory exploits from buffer overflow bugs and the like. Polyverse’s turnkey solution installs in minutes and works with existing systems without changing performance or IT processes. Founded in 2015, Polyverse is led by founder and CEO Alex Gounares. Visit our website, read our blog and follow us on Twitter @polyverse_io.
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