RunSafe Security has decided to hold a trivia tournament during CyberWeek and the winner will receive the coveted RunSafe Trivia Cup and earning the moniker, “The Smartest Cybersecurity Company in the World.” Every week, as part of our internal team social activities, our team competes in individual trivia competitions. The competition is fierce,…Read More
We live in a distributed and virtual software world where high-velocity code releases are commonplace and software vulnerabilities persist despite our best efforts.
What’s more, the software supply chain relies on open source software with a myriad of vulnerabilities that scanning tools don’t catch, while workloads in distributed deployment environments need runtime defenses that go beyond what cloud providers offer. These risks threaten the security, profitability, and viability of every industry.
The IT world needs a solution that immunizes software without developer friction and enables continuous delivery of runtime-protected code. RunSafe’s Alkemist is a cyber defense software product that protects your full range of in-house, open source, and third-party software and firmware.
Our patented software immunization technology, Alkemist, defeats memory-based exploits, the most lethal class of attacks, so you can reduce your attack surface to minimize your cyber risk.
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
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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 denies 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
RunSafe Security is excited to announce a full lineup of cybersecurity bashes for CyberWeek 2020, held virtually October 19-23, 2020. All of these events will feature cybersecurity heavy hitters and respected industry thought leaders. CyberWeek is a digital experience featuring hundreds of national community events to exchange information, share best practices, and discuss the many…Read More
RunSafe Cloud Workload Bash As enterprises migrate to the cloud, cloud providers offer infrastructure, redundancy, and availability. But there are core capabilities in managing the security of cloud workloads not offered by cloud providers. What are these core capabilities , how do you deploy them, and what are ways to ensure your open source software,…Register
RunSafe DevSecOps Federal Bash The French Defense and other moves to embed security in DevSecOps. Software is never done and speed always matters. The DoD is moving to DevSecOps in response. It’s a journey involving both cultural and technical changes. Join Gitlab, Jasper, and RunSafe for a discussion of security approaches and use cases. With…Register
RunSafe DevSecOps Commercial Bash As DevSecOps tools proliferate in the market, they all promise better cyber resiliency but that often comes with a cost. Not just the cost of the tool itself, but the additional overhead it takes to implement and operate the tool. Join industry experts from Cloudbees, JFrog and RedHat to learn how…Register
RunSafe Open Source Security Bash If you care about security, you should never trust software. If you take that a step further, open source software, components, and libraries are pervasive in software deployed across all types of programs. Though you can identify the latest versions and make sure you are up-to-date at a point in…Register
RunSafe Security is excited to announce a full lineup of cybersecurity bashes for CyberWeek 2020, held virtually October 19-23, 2020. All of these events will feature cybersecurity heavy hitters and respected industry thought leaders. CyberWeek is a digital experience featuring hundreds of national community events to exchange information, share best practices, and discuss the many…Register