Zero Days Are Numbered

As a manufacturer or operator, you care about maintaining customer safety and loyalty, delivering reliable products and services, and protecting your business. As a supplier, you want to be a dependable link in the supply chain, providing reassurance to manufacturers who incorporate your material. At RunSafe Security, our objective is to enable our customers to maintain continuity of operations. We do that by using our patented cyberhardening process for embedded systems and devices.

Disrupt Attacker Economics

Preclude a single exploit from spreading across devices.

Reduce Vulnerabilities

Reduce zero-day threats via binary randomization.

Ensure Operational Continuity

Prevent threats from disrupting delivery of critical resources.

Protect Integrity of Communications

Minimize the risk of intercepted and compromised communications.

Protect Critical Infrastucture with Alkemist

Skilled cybercriminals use software vulnerabilities to compromise embedded systems and devices. RunSafe Security defeats hackers with our patented cyberhardening transformation process, Alkemist.

Read how we disrupt the traditional economics of cyberattacks and deny both routine and advanced techniques of attackers.

Critical Infrastructure Industries

Harden Vehicle Components

Automotive/Transportation Cybersecurity

Maintain integrity of fleet communications and harden vehicle components with no integration required.

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Ensure Reliability/Availability

Energy, Power & Water Protection

Prevent exploit replication, ensure reliability & availability and minimize physical risk.

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Protect M2M Communications

Manufacturing and Industrial IoT Cybersecurity

Equip legacy systems in the field, embed technology during manufacturing and protect integrity of Machine-to-Machine communications.

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Protect Mission Readiness

Military Systems Security

Increase resilience to cyberattack across weapons, sensors, support systems, and data centers.

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Maintain Data Center Uptime

Data Center/Communications Protection

Meet uptime service level agreements and keep customers’ businesses operational.

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News and Notes

Blog

The Common Vulnerability That Fintech and Bananas Share

Fintech is defined by technologies that span the cloud, mobile devices, blockchain, and AI for financial applications ranging from virtual currencies, to payment processing, money transfers, equity trading, and regulatory compliance, among others.

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Blog

Looking into BugZ’s Crystal Ball: What the Industry’s First Coleopteran Chief Vulnerability Officer Predicts for 2019

Let’s not beat around the bug – 2018 was not a good year for my kind. As of now, nearly one in three computers was hit with a malware attack this year, and ransomware attacks were up 43% over 2017, with nothing to signal that these trends will decrease any time soon.

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CRN logo In The News

The 10 Biggest Cybersecurity Predictions for 2019

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In The News

Cyber Threats Are No Match for Cyberhardening

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