Absolute’s Application Persistence Product Wins Cyber Defense Magazine’s Editors Choice Award in Application Security Solutions for 2017! Cyber Defense Magazine, the industry’s leading electronic information security magazine and media partner of the RSA® Conference 2017, honored Absolute for making the self-healing endpoint a reality for the first time, and for becoming a force multiplier in the battle against cyber attackers and insider threats
A panel of leading independent information security experts selected Application Persistence because of its self-healing endpoint capabilities, which give IT and security pros uncompromised visibility into security applications and real-time remediation of endpoint controls and security breaches at the source.
“We’re thrilled to recognize next-generation innovation in the information security marketplace and that’s why Absolute has earned this award from Cyber Defense Magazine,” said Pierluigi Paganini, Editor-in-Chief, Cyber Defense Magazine. “Some of the best INFOSEC defenses come from these kinds of forward-thinking players who think outside of the box.”
Once the exclusive domain of Absolute’s own cloud-based endpoint visibility and control platform, our new Application Persistence product provides embedded, self-healing capabilities to third-party endpoint controls, such as VPN, anti-virus, encryption, systems management, and other critical controls that are too easily compromised.
Application Persistence leverages our patented Persistence® technology — embedded in the firmware of more than 1 billion popular PCs and mobile devices worldwide — to give enterprises and ISVs the power to build more resilient endpoints that self-heal if an application is removed or compromised. This technology ultimately returns the endpoint to an original state of safety and efficacy — without IT intervention.
“CDM covers the most important issues facing the security industry, and this award is a great endorsement that Application Persistence sets a new standard for enterprise security from endpoint to application,” said Pam O’Neal, SVP Marketing, Absolute. “We built Application Persistence because organizations under constant attack demand a resilient self-healing endpoint defense, and we believe the world is more secure when all endpoint agents can repair themselves.”