Concept: Singapore’s cybersecurity company SecureAge Technology has rolled out a malware prevention software named CatchPulse that provides always-on and real-time protection from malware threats. CatchPulse features advanced AI and multiple cloud-based anti-viral engines and mitigate malware threat by simply blocking all unauthorized applications, processes, or scripts from execution.
Nature of Disruption: CatchPulse features an interface designed for all types of users. Non-tech users can leave the Auto-Protect feature of the software on for automated protection. The tech-savvy users can turn it off for interactive and informed decision-making through customized recommendations. It includes informed security prompts to aid decision-making when Auto-Protect is off. Severity level indicators in the software display the threat status with supporting references and also recommend remedial actions to aid users in their decision-making. The security solution also includes a cloud management portal that serves as the central hub for enterprise users to keep track of security across all registered devices. The software is available in three versions such as CatchPulse Lite, CatchPulse, and CatchPulse Pro. It also includes an easy-to-use block-first approach based on application control and a new and enhanced user interface.
Outlook: Cyberattack threats to home devices, enterprise systems, and government networks are increasing across the globe. The users are on the lookout for an easy-to-use cybersecurity solution that can safeguard the devices from malware attack risks. SecureAge Technology claims that the CatchPulse software enables all kinds of users including non-technical users to easily deploy the software to protect their devices. The software provides both online and on-premise level deployment based on the requirement of the users. On-premise deployment enables data to be stored locally within the organization’s infrastructure and can be managed centrally with the Security Management Server (SMS).
This article was originally published in Verdict.co.uk