IT Security Vendor CyberSense Changes Company Name to TrapX

Name Change Aligns with Mission to Trap Next-Generation Malware and Provide Real-Time Threat Protection to Enterprises and Governments Worldwide
, July 10, 2014

SAN MATEO, CA — July 10, 2014 – TrapX, provider of the fastest growing sensor-based HoneyGridTM in the world, today announced it has changed the company’s name from CyberSense to TrapX. The name change aligns with the company’s mission to trap next-generation malware and provide real-time threat protection to enterprises and governments worldwide. TrapX conducts powerful real-time analytics and threat intelligence to support Adaptive Defense™ of the network while providing full incident lifecycle management – detection, remediation and prosecution. The TrapX 360 platform is designed to detect and interdict lateral movement within networks and keep attackers from establishing footholds in the network nerve center.

“Today’s threats are as fluid as today’s clouds and data centers.  The next generation of security technologies must be just as elastic to counter these modern attacks,” said Carl Wright, general manager of TrapX.  “We are committed to changing the asymmetric aspect of the cyber battlefield by giving our customers the automated tools to defeat cybercriminals by creating an elastic and adaptable defense.”

About TrapX
TrapX has invented a purpose-built, virtual appliance-based security platform that provides real-time threat protection to enterprises and governments worldwide against the next generation of cyber attacks. The TrapX 360 Platform provides real-time, adaptive threat protection by leveraging our patented HoneyGridTM malware trap and DPI technology. TrapX360 traps zero-day malware in its virtualized sensor network or HoneyGrid TM and next-generation malware traps before the malware can inflict significant damage to customers’ data centers or cloud deployments. Combined with fully automated advanced forensic capability and a threat intelligence fusion center, TrapX provides the most comprehensive context sensitive alerting and reporting in the market.

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