Company Overview of HBGary, Inc.
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
Sacramento, CA 95864
Founded in 2003
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HBGary, Inc. Key Developments
HBGary Announces Next-Gen Responder Pro
May 13 13
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.
HBGary Unveils Active Defense(TM) 1.3
Apr 8 13
In a significant technical advancement to help organizations proactively and quickly detect zero-days, rootkits and other targeted malware in remote virtual environments, HBGary unveiled Active Defense(TM) 1.3 to provide live, runtime memory analysis of concurrent Guest OS sessions with minimal impact on the shared physical resources of the underlying server. With HBGary Active Defense(TM) 1.3, malware analysis is no longer reliant on a physical memory dump saved to disk, resulting in quicker results that do not tax valuable shared resources to attain it. Active Defense 1.3 scores thousands of software modules so cyber defenders, using the technology's color-coded threat severity score, can quickly triage and respond to the most severe threats targeting their business environment. Active Defense(TM) customers can choose to preserve memory using traditional (Memdump) Digital DNA(TM) or opt for the memory-only, runtime Digital DNA(TM) version to adapt to the ever-changing threat environment while not adversely impacting their own resources. In a live environment, the analysis of a memory dump file can involve a significant amount of disk I/O, which can impact usability of the system being scanned in heavily virtualized environments where multiple Guests will be sharing the same physical disk. Active Defense(TM) 1.3 will be available by April 30, 2013.
HBGary, Inc. Presents at 2012 Montgomery Technology Conference, Mar-07-2012
Feb 6 12
HBGary, Inc. Presents at 2012 Montgomery Technology Conference, Mar-07-2012 . Venue: Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows, 101 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica, California, United States.
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