Binary Defense, a leading provider of Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) services, is happy to announce it has been identified as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner "Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services" report.read more →
Binary Defense announces Agent 4.4 and Server 2.73 packed with substantial new features and enhancements to the Binary Defense Vision platform.read more →
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Binary Defense, a leading provider of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services, is happy to announce it has been identified for the second year in a row as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner "Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions" report.
Binary Defense Vision EDR can easily detect macro malware leveraging Windows PowerShell and, in this case, helped a customer defend against the Emotet downloader Trojan.read more →
Introducing Vision 4.0 Platform Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) with built-in Endpoint Platform Protection (EPP) by Binary Defense.read more →
Endpoint Protection Requires More than Just Anti-Virus
Binary Defense’s Vision Platform recently detected a new variant of the FedEx invoicing phishing campaign widely used for mass email campaigns. The FedEx campaigns are nothing new and have been around forever. Variants spawn quite frequently, but the techniques are continiously changing. Anytime you can elicit users for action on possible disruption of services (such as FedEx invoices, or missing packages), the success rate jumps up and is still effective today.
Since Vision works differently than other malware detection programs by focusing primarily on behavioral analysis to detect suspicious/abnormal patterns, it was successful in identifying this new variant. At the time, most anti-virus product lines were unable to detect this malicious code.read more →
Binary Defense is excited to announce additional supported platforms for the managed endpoint detection and response (MDR) software called Vision. When we first released Vision, it was with the mindset of identifying early warning indicators of compromise (IoC) and to provide companies immediate visibility to threats happening real-time. With this release, we gain additional visibility and coverage on multiple platforms including macOS (OS X) and Linux. This release also adds continued enhanced detection capabilities ranging from more generic/commoditized attacks all the way to extremely advanced attack vectors and through the attack lifecycle. We have a newly designed dashboard, which helps with easy analysis of alarms, and rapid response and mitigation with containment mode.read more →
We are proud to announce the latest release of Vision version 3.1. This release adds substantial enhancements both on the server platform and the Vision agent. This includes new app whitelisting bypass detections (regasm, regsvsc, and more), System.Management.Automation.dll PowerShell bypass techniques, and improved process injection detection. In addition, the agent has been slimmed down both size wise as well as impact and performance to the system. Currently Vision takes 0.01 CPU usage and 32 megabytes of RAM. A newly designed dashboard user-interface allows simplistic ease of information and quick access to relevant information about the latest indicators.read more →