September 01, 2014 3:26 PM ET

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Company Overview of HBGary, Inc.

Company Overview

HBGary, Inc. develops security software for enterprise incident response and advanced persistent threats (APT) malware analysis. The company offers Digital DNA that detects malware threats without using signatures and gives a threat score based on decrypted behaviors; Active Defense, which can be used to reduce incident response; Responder, a de-facto standard for physical memory forensics; Inoculator, which scans malware infections enterprise-wide without using agents; Razor, a perimeter solution that detects malicious command-and-control, suspicious social network connections and messaging, DNS record tracing, archival of sessions, and dynamic behavior analysis; and various security tools ...

3604 Fair Oaks Boulevard

Suite 250

Sacramento, CA 95864

United States

Founded in 2003

Phone:

916-459-4727

Fax:

916-481-1460

Key Executives for HBGary, Inc.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
President
Chief Security Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

HBGary, Inc. Key Developments

HBGary Announces Advanced Endpoint Security, Incident Detection and Enhanced User Efficiency with Active Defense(TM) 1.4

HBGary announced a major update to its endpoint protection platform Active Defense(TM). Active Defense 1.4, powered by HBGary's patented Digital DNA(TM) technology. Active Defense enables incident responders to detect and validate a security incident and then quickly determine the scope of the breach across the enterprise. It identifies the custom-coded malware and other variants used by today's attackers that signature-based solutions and Indicators of Compromise (IOC) cannot detect -- no prior knowledge of the threat is needed for Active Defense to be effective. New enhancements to Active Defense 1.4 enable users with the following: Industry-First Safe Filtering of Running SoftwareActive Defense 1.4 includes enhanced filtering to significantly reduce noise and bring into focus suspicious modules to help incident responders rapidly zero in on new or unknown malware. This safe-filtering capability greatly enhances customers' responsiveness for discovery and remediation, and an important development in the fight against advanced threats. Faster Action with Deeper, at-a-Glance Insight into Protected Systems Web-based dashboards that help visualize Digital DNA scores can now be easily customized to fit the needs of a specific user. The dashboards help scan results and analyze statistical anomalies across all managed systems. Equipped with the right tools, users can now proactively hunt down advanced attackers with pinpoint accuracy. Improved Productivity with a Smarter Interface, Tailored to Each User Active Defense 1.4 remembers a user's most visited menus and systems, eliminating the need for continuous searching and filtering, so that data can be easily found and drilled into. Through the interface, users can quickly look into a system to detect malware and then quickly focus on eradicating it.

HBGary Announces new version of Responder Pro, Responder Pro 2.1

HBGary made available a new version of Responder Pro, the industry standard in Windows(R) memory forensics. By leveraging Digital DNA(TM) 3.0, the latest generation of company's behavioral analysis technology, Responder Pro 2.1 detects never-before-seen rootkits, Trojans, and other malware completely invisible to anti-virus and IOC (indicator of compromise) scanners. New features and enhancements in Responder Pro 2.1 include: Support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 8, as well as Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000. Support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows Server 2012, as well as Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Server 2000. Full Digital DNA analysis of 32-bit and 64-bit processes, drivers, and modules. Twice as many Digital DNA behavioral traits, making the most accurate malware detection engine even better. Unicode character support for extended and non-Latin alphabets. Responder 2.1 also includes FDPro(TM).

HBGary Announces Next-Gen Responder Pro

HBGary unveiled the next-generation version of Responder(TM) Pro, the de facto industry standard in automated Windows(R) physical memory analysis. By leveraging Digital DNA(TM) 3.0, HBGary's flagship technology, Responder(TM) Pro 2.1 detects the latest rootkits, trojans, zero-days, and malware variants currently undetected by anti-virus, IOCs (indicators of compromise), and other signature-based solutions. Responder 2.1 also provides 64-bit analysis and Unicode support, as well as support for Windows(R) 8 and Windows(R) Server 2012. Responder(TM) Pro 2.1 costs $10,200 plus $2000 for a one-year subscription for Digital DNA. The product will be available by May 31, 2013.

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