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Endgame Launches Enterprise Threat Protection Platform

Security intelligence and analytics solutions provider Endgame, Inc. on Tuesday announced the launch of its enterprise endpoint detection and response platform, Endgame Enterprise.

Endgame, which historically has focused on providing solutions to the U.S. government, including tools and zero-day exploits used for offensive purposes, said in 2014 that it would shift its focus to sell its platform to enterprise customers.

According to the Arlington, Virginia-based company, its enterprise solution, which focuses on protecting critical infrastructure, “thinks like the adversary” and helps customers to detect and respond to unknown cyber threats.

Endgame LogoUsing threat detection algorithms and attack-chain analysis designed to discover zero-day and advanced threats without the use of signatures, the company says that its new host-based software solution is able to detect suspicious behavior and help enterprise security teams accelerate investigation, containment and remediation.

“Endgame Enterprise captures and analyzes the details of an attack, giving incident responders rich attack-path intelligence and insight into the consequences of cyber threats,” the company explained.

“Our research on advanced threats, vulnerabilities and attack patterns, and our history protecting some of the nation’s most sensitive national security assets, allows us to understand defenses from the adversary’s perspective,” said Endgame CEO Nate Fick. “Endgame Enterprise empowers existing security teams to accelerate the investigation and remediation of threats that would otherwise go undetected.”

Founded in 2008, Endgame currently has over 100 employees and has offices in Washington, DC, San Francisco, CA, San Antonio, TX and Melbourne, FL.

In Nov. 2014, the company announced that it had raised $30 million in a Series C equity funding round, bringing the total amount raised by the firm to $90 million. 

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For more than 10 years, Mike Lennon has been closely monitoring the threat landscape and analyzing trends in the National Security and enterprise cybersecurity space. In his role at SecurityWeek, he oversees the editorial direction of the publication and is the Director of several leading security industry conferences around the world.