On Friday, July 17, 2020, experts offered testimony on “Exploring the Feasibility and Security of Technology to Conduct Remote Voting in the House.” In addition to former Speaker Newt Gingrich, Jon Green, Honorable Cheryl L. Johnson, Dr. Ronald Rivest, and Dr. David Wagner, two RunSafe Security advisors, William Crowell and Dr. Avi Rubin, offered expert…Read More
Every system, application, and device is a target. Cyber criminals have a massive advantage: we have to protect every possible vulnerability, while they only have to find one.
Attack surfaces are growing exponentially due to the shift to “work from home”, open source software, global software supply chains, cloud computing, mobility, and IoT. This threatens the security, profitability, and viability of every industry.
RunSafe’s Alkemist is a cyber defence tool that protects your full range of in-house, open source, and third-party code. Our patented software immunization technology defeats memory-based exploits, the most lethal class of attacks.
Disrupt Attacker Economics
Remove the structure needed for reliable memory exploitation
Reduce Attack Surfaces
Neutralize Zero-Days with Moving Target Defense
Protect Key Applications
Proactive Code Level Security to maintain original functionality and mitigate the attack
Customers and Partners
HOW ALKEMIST WORKS
Skilled attackers continuously target software and firmware vulnerabilities to compromise enterprise applications, embedded systems, and devices.
RunSafe gives you the tools to defeat hackers using our patented cyberhardening technologies that make every binary logically unique while guaranteeing they stay functionally identical.
Read how Alkemist disrupts the traditional economics of cyberattacks and deny both routine and advanced attacker techniques.
Prevent attacks, ensure reliability & availability, and minimize damage
Reduce attack surfaces, minimize patching crises, and minimize the effort needed to manage open source software
Protect systems in the field, new devices before they ship, and secure the supply chain
Increase resilience to cyberattack and extend the life of weapons, sensors, ground stations, and data centers
Immunize your products from memory vulnerabilities and reduce the cost of securing them
News and Notes
The debate surrounding the security of open source code is sure to continue for years to come, but given that 50% of vulnerabilities in open source code often go unmitigated (even after four years), organizations remain exposed. The usage of open source is nearly unavoidable today and it’s becoming an integral part of any software…Read More