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Virsec has announced its deterministic protection platform (DPP), ensuring better protection against all known and unknown threats to software workloads, and reducing threat actor dwell time from minutes to milliseconds, with true protection and run-time observability

Dave Furneaux Chief Executive Officer of VirsecDave Furneaux is the co-founder and CEO of Virsec. (Image source: Virsec)

Combining the broadest attack coverage and highest accuracy in the industry, DPP by Virsec protects server workloads across the entire runtime stack, eliminating false positives, when deployed on bare metal, virtual machines (VMs), containers, or in the cloud.

DPP by Virsec is the next evolution of the company’s flagship Virsec Security Platform (VSP), which was the first solution that could truly eradicate threats to the software workload at runtime in real-time. 

“Security practitioners are exhausted at the failed promise of ‘protection’ when many vendors merely offer alerts after an attack on their applications. As we’ve seen with Log4j, PrintNightmare, and other recent attacks, this approach is not working,” said Dave Furneaux, co-founder and CEO of Virsec

Software vulnerabilities continue to plague legacy and modern systems and the commonality among these events is that they target - and in many cases hide within - software at its fundamental levels on hosts and in memory. Attackers are constantly changing their techniques. 

DPP by Virsec secures the full-application stack - web, host, and memory - at runtime, regard-less of application type or environment. This deterministic approach to security ensures precision protection for legacy unpatched workloads, consolidated VMs and containers, and provides runtime web application protection and application control.

Virsec has public sector and commercial customers around the world today, including the healthcare, financial services, retail, energy, and insurance sectors.