Cybersecurity company enSilo (www.ensilo.com) is extending the coverage of its real-time data protection platform to include Mac OS X. enSilo’s unique software enables employees to continue working as usual in the event of malicious attacks, without concern that data will be tampered with or exfiltrated.
After extensive research into OS X, enSilo was able to translate and adapt its patented technology to also support Apple’s Mac platform. enSilo’s platform differentiates between malicious and non-malicious outbound communications and blocks in real-time any attempted malicious outbound communication, while allowing legitimate communication to pass through, sky’s CEO and co-founder, Roy Katmore.
“A Mac solution has always been part of our product roadmap,” he adds. “Just like in other hosting platforms, infiltration security solutions such as endpoint protection tools are not adequately capable of combatting targeted attacks. With the number of enterprises using Mac OSX, the amount of malware targeting Mac platforms is predicted to rise. We are giving organizations the ability to eliminate the threat of data exfiltration, which, after all, is the critical problem with cyber-attacks.”