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Crytica Security is a integrative cybersecurity company that develops critical, defense-in-depth technologies that reliably detect, in seconds, challenging “Zero Day” attacks, (an attack never seen/identified), while operating seamlessly in existing cybersecurity infrastructures.

"IF YOU CAN'T DETECT,

YOU CAN'T PROTECT.

Ransomware-as-a-service is on the rise; now anyone with a VPN can anonymously and easily configure a bespoke ransomware that will generate a unique signature that won't be recognizable to any anti-malware databases.

Learn Why 'Attacker DWell Time' is the only security metric that really matters.

What is Dwell Time?

Dwell time is the duration a threat actor has undetected access in a network until it’s completely removed.  Currently it is measured in days, the average dwell time varies depending on who you ask. Some say the average dwell time is 184 to 212 days.  Dwell time has been generally increasing year over year, which is not acceptable. Mid-level threat actors are attacking vulnerable workloads within minutes and only need 4 to 6 days to infiltrate a network and then less than a day to ultimately carry out their main goal of exfiltrating data. 

In truth be told, the longer it takes for a business to contain an attack, the costlier it will be. This correlation is showed in the IBM Cost of Data Breach Study in 2021 and depicted in the graph below. 

THE PROBLEM

“If you can’t detect, you can’t protect!” That is a basic tenet of cybersecurity. If malware can be injected into a system and remain undetected for months at a time, and often detected only when it launches its attack, then the cybersecurity protections in place have failed to perform their critical role of:

Timely and Actionable malware detection.

Unfortunately, the accepted state-of-the-art malware detection systems have an unenviable track record of an average dwell time of two hundred and twelve days; Which means that, on average, two hundred and twelve days transpire between malware injection and malware detection. That is unacceptable! Even when the best state-of-the-art detection systems are fully deployed, the average dwell time drops only to one hundred and eighty-four days.

That too is unacceptable!

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What is dwell time?

What if you could detect malware in 212 seconds (or less)?

CRYTICA SECURITY HAS THE SOLUTION AND CLOSES THE DWELL TIME GAP.

Crytica is capable of scanning files in seconds, with minimal, non-disruptive use of the host system’s resources! Continuous scanning, to include baseline comparisons at such speed offers little opportunity for malware intrusion.

The Detection Gap: “Dwell Time”

Average time to identify and contain a data breach

Measured in Days

2021
212
75
287
2020
207
73
280
2019
206
73
279
2018
197
69
266
2017
191
66
257
2016
201
70
271
2015
206
69
275

Days to Identify

Days to Contain

The Solution: Crytica Security

Simply stated, “Crytica closes the dwell time gap.”

Crytica Security has developed a reliable and blazingly fast malware detection engine. It can, in seconds, detect even challenging “Zero Day” attacks (i.e., an attack not previously seen or identified).

Crytica integrates seamlessly into existing endpoint and server protection

cybersecurity infrastructures, so that, once an infection is detected, it can be quickly and efficiently remediated and cataloged.

Crytica’s detection engine is small enough and efficient enough to operate continuously without negatively impacting a protected system’s performance and throughput. Its scan cycles are rapid, capable of monitoring hundreds of thousands of files within seconds, leaving very little time for malware infections to “sneak in” between scan cycles.
Unto itself, Crytica’s detection capability is unequaled. In collaboration with known and respected providers of sophisticated cyber security offerings, defenses are strengthened to the point of near impenetrability.
Zero Day Attacks
Capable of Scanning
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Files in 1.5 Seconds

A Zero-Day Attack is the most insidious type of attack because:

The vast majority of malware detection systems rely upon “history” and previously identified attacks in order to detect an attack.Therefore, Zero-Day Attacks are not detectable by the vast majority of malware detection systems.Zero-Day Attacks are the attack vector of choice for Ransomware and other malware that must reside undetected in target systems for a long period of time.

Simply stated, “We succeed in detecting “Zero Day” attacks (an attack never before seen/identified), while operating seamlessly into existing endpoint and server protection cybersecurity infrastructures."

What is Dwell Time?

Dwell time is the duration a threat actor has undetected access in a network until it’s completely removed.  Currently it is measured in days, the average dwell time varies depending on who you ask. Some say the average dwell time is 184 to 212 days.  Dwell time has been generally increasing year over year, which is not acceptable. Mid-level threat actors are attacking vulnerable workloads within minutes and only need 4 to 6 days to infiltrate a network and then less than a day to ultimately carry out their main goal of exfiltrating data. 

In truth be told, the longer it takes for a business to contain an attack, the costlier it will be. This correlation is showed in the IBM Cost of Data Breach Study in 2021 and depicted in the graph below. 

DETECTION ENGINE

Crytica's malware and ransomware detection engine is architected specifically to observe any unauthorized change to how a system operates, be it benign, malignant, or fatal. It is efficient enough to continuously scan a system’s entire internal infrastructure, providing rapid electronic notifications, within seconds, of all detection alerts.

Crytica is a Detection Engine that:

Dramatically reduces “dwell-time”.Provides timely “detected anomaly” data to other anti-malware systemsIs designed to work with and strengthen other cybersecurity products.A patent-pending missing piece to help complete the cybersecurity puzzle.
Don't let the growing volume and sophistication of threats and malicious actors outpace the level of protection your organization's security tools provide. It's time to move into the next era of threat detection and response technologies and techniques.

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