On the Radar: Carbon Black defends against malware and file-less attacks

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Carbon Black develops security technology in three areas: endpoint protection, threat hunting/incident response, and application control. This report focuses on Cb Defense, which is the company’s endpoint protection platform (EPP).

With threat actors increasingly moving to circumvent anti-malware systems by compromising legitimate on-device tools, there is a growing need for technology that can address malware, file-less attacks, and in-memory attacks. Carbon Black addresses this requirement and is well positioned to grow its market share as a result.

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