Critical Asset Protection

Make Data and Applications Inaccessible to Adversaries

Protecting Data and Apps Even After a Compromise

Despite the multiple layers of security in your organization, an adversary still managed to get in. Now what? How can you continue to protect critical assets on the endpoint?
With Minerva’s Critical Asset Protection, you can restrict malware from interfering with files and processes running on the endpoint to protect local assets, preventing the breach before any damage is done. This approach averts data theft across the enterprise and also protects devices such as Point-of-Sale (POS) systems, ATMs and industrial machines.

Existing security tools that rely on known indicators such as signatures, behavioral models or patterns, won’t catch evasive malware as their techniques are unknown and have not been detected before. These solutions are designed to identify an attack based on something that is known and detection will happen after the malware has a foothold on the endpoint, which leaves it just a little too late.

Preventing Damage from Information Stealers

Malware is often designed to steal data from the endpoint, pursuing cached logon credentials, password vaults, Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and proprietary documents.

Minerva’s Critical Asset Protection automatically protects commonly-targeted applications from being hacked. Our solution ensures that only legitimate components can interact with the application’s files, registry keys and processes.

Safeguarding ATMs, POS and Devices

Criminals have been targeting specialized devices, such as ATMs and POS systems, crafting malware in a way that evades defenses. Minerva’s Critical Asset Protection allows customers to protect these systems without relying on antivirus or other security measures. For instance, Minerva can block malicious code from interacting with ATM software, preventing unauthorized cash withdrawals. Similarly, Minerva can protect POS and payment-processing applications to prevent memory-scraping malware from obtaining card data.

Existing security tools that rely on known indicators such as signatures, behavioral models or patterns, won’t catch evasive malware as their techniques are unknown and have not been detected before. These solutions are designed to identify an attack based on something that is known and detection will happen after the malware has a foothold on the endpoint, which leaves it just a little too late.

Prevent damage from information-stealing malware.

Protect specialized devices, such as ATM and POS systems.

Safeguard critical applications even if an infection occurs.

Secure distributed, unattended devices without operational burden

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Resources

Anti-Evasion Platform

Block unknown threats that are designed to evade your existing defenses

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A SANS Institute Product Review

See how Minerva Labs’ Anti-Evasion Platform performed in the SANS Institute test

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Malware Protection for ATMs

Minerva provides reliable and comprehensive safeguards against ATM malware.

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