A Shift to Endpoint Prevention and ResponseNyotron's Nir Gaist on What Distinguishes This New Strategy from EDR
Evolving from endpoint detection and response, security vendor Nyotron has a new approach called endpoint prevention and response. What's the distinction? CTO Nir Gaist explains the strategy.
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, Gaist discusses:
- Nyotron's unconventional approach to malware defense;
- Use cases for its PARANOID solution;
- The difference between EDR and EPR.
Gaist is the founder and CTO at Nyotron, where he also serves on the board of directors. He is a senior information security expert and ethical hacker. He started programming at age 6 and began his studies at the Israeli Technion University at age 10. Gaist previously served as a security consultant to large Israeli organizations, such as the Israeli Police, the Israeli parliament and Microsoft's Israeli branch. He has extensive experience in penetrating networks for risk management purposes as well as deep knowledge in security breaches and unknown threats. He has been awarded patents for the creation of a programming language used to map operating systems.