Government and defense organizations work tirelessly to mitigate the risk from rapidly increasing and adapting cyberattacks. However, the enormity and complexity of government and defense systems put tremendous pressure on resources. These organizations often have to choose to either leave legacy systems unprotected or accept the expense of re-architecting existing systems to standards that are compatible with current security solutions. The Polymorphing Build Farm for Government is a revolution in cyber-protection that increases security while decreases costs.
The Polymorphing Build Farm for Government enables any agency to own Polyverse’s polymorphic compiler and control the supply chain of protected packages and updates directly on its own systems, gaining optimal visibility and management over patching and updates. New Polymorphed Linux instances are generated and deployed to registered devices every 24 hours, providing the ultimate protection against cyberattacks and cyber-warfare.
No performance impact or required maintenance
Secure more systems with less
Provides defense against unpatched and legacy systems
Government and defense organizations rely on Linux to power critical infrastructure due to its low cost and high performance. Unfortunately, given the very nature of open source, it isn’t possible to be confident in the origin of 100% of the code.
Since 1997 there have been over 65,000 Linux source code contributions from over 50 countries – many of them known adversarial nation states responsible for devastating cyberattacks and cyberwarfare. Due to the increasing popularity of the Linux family of operating systems, hostile actors are continually crafting exploits directly targeting Linux. This means that your critical systems, applications and data are at risk.
The Build Farm for Government supports a variety of compliance frameworks. From HIPAA to FEDRAMP and CMMC.
Get the list of supported frameworks and learn more about how Polyverse can support your agency’s compliance needs.
We can deploy in the cloud on AWS GovCloud or in on-premise air-gapped environments, other deployment options available upon request.
Polyverse through Jasper Solutions, Inc SBA 8(a) has the capability to do a sole source in a matter of 10 days up to $100M per award. We have a ceiling of over $18B on our existing contract vehicles Our vehicles include GSA Schedule, AFWERX, SBIR, AF DecSecOps BOA, GSA STARS II, and 11 OTA's
“I will sleep easier at night with the knowledge that PlayNetwork's critical infrastructure and network of devices in the field are protected by Polyverse's Polymorphing solution and supported by the Polyverse team of experts.”
— Josh Thomas | SVP of Technology
"Our collaboration has proven one of the world’s most cyber-resilient Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) platforms available today; we call it “Micro Focus ArcSight on Polyverse.” Combining full stack security from the kernel up through the application, using a combination of Polymorphing and fortifying the application life cycle, Micro Focus will be able to support our sensitive-mission customers with a powerful and now cyber-resilient SIEM."
— Rob Roy | CTO
Micro Focus Government Solutions
"Polyverse is hands down the highest ROI cybersecurity tool on the market. With a one-click, “fire and forget” installation process, Polyverse eliminates 100% of memory based cyber-attacks. There is nothing easier or more effective to protect your systems from remote cyberattacks."
— Paul Weidow | President/Founder
"Polyverse is recognized for creating unprecedented resilience against cyberattacks by making the software on every computer unique and diverse. Polyverse’s ability to eliminate zero days, employ Polymorphing, and eliminate code-injection with polyscripting makes the company a leader in preventative cybersecurity. Polyverse makes each operating system instance unique at a memory and stack level, which means the attacker’s investment in hacking the first operating system cannot be applied to the next. This technology breaks the economic model of malicious hacking at its core."
— David Campbell | CEO
Tech Ascension Awards
"We see the sophistication of attacks generally increasing, including the use of memory-based and fileless techniques. From a defense perspective, it’s usually better to look at ways of mitigating the impact of broad attack classes rather than focusing on individual attacks. With that in mind, we see approaches such as Polymorphing as an interesting avenue of defense for organizations to consider as they deploy security across their environments."
— Fernando Montenegro | Security Analyst
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