- Website: http://www.intezer.com/
- Company size (employees): 10 to 49
- Country: Israel
- Headquarters Region: North America
In 3 bullets, summarize why this company is different from the competition and deserves recognition:
1. Intezer's technology (Code Intelligence™) is the first technology performing ‘DNA Mapping’ for software. This enables for the first time the analysis and identification of the origins of every tiny piece of code, within seconds. This technology dissects any given file or binary into thousands of small fragments, and then compares them to Intezer’s Genome Database, which contains billions of code pieces (‘genes’) from legitimate and malicious software offering an unparalleled level of understanding of any potential threat. As such, Code Intelligence™ represents the world’s most advanced technology for detecting code reuse and similarities, on a never before seen scale.
2. Memory Analysis and fileless attacks: At Intezer, it’s our mission to help organizations combat these threats. It’s why we’ve built technology to dissect such threats down to the gene level, uncovering problematic code that otherwise would remain hidden in memory. Intezer Analyze™ is the first solution that performs analysis from entire memory dumps, process dumps, or even fileless code dumped from memory.
3.Give back to the community: In November 2017, Intezer launched Intezer Analyze™ free community edition. This edition allows up to 10 file uploads per day, providing cyber-security professionals a comprehensive malware detection and analysis tool free of charge.
In less than 300 words, summarize the achievements of the company in the nominated category
Intezer is replicating the concepts of the biological immune system into cyber security, offering enterprises unparalleled threat detection and accelerates incident response.
Intezer provides a fast, in-depth understanding of any file by mapping its code DNA at the ‘gene’ level — offering the most advanced level of malware detection and analysis. By identifying the origins of every piece of code, Intezer is able to detect code reuse from known malware, as well as code that was seen in trusted applications.
In 2017 Intezer was able to detect and even identify the authors behind the latest infamous cyber attacks such as WannaCry, Turla and more.
Intezer also launched its Intezer Analyze Community Edition in order to give back to the infosec community and enables malware analysts to experience the depth of its product: truly classify threats, reduce response times and increase the accuracy of detection.