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As part of the Check Point SandBlast Zero-Day Protection solution, Threat Emulation prevents infections from new malware and targeted attacks. This innovative zero-day threat sandboxing capability within the...

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As part of the Check Point SandBlast Zero-Day Protection solution, Threat Emulation prevents infections from new malware and targeted attacks. This innovative zero-day threat sandboxing capability within the SandBlast solution delivers the best possible catch rate for threats, and is virtually immune to attackers’ evasion techniques.

Unlike other solutions, Check Point zero-day threat sandboxing uses a unique technology that conducts inspection at the CPU-level to stop attacks before they have a chance to launch. There are thousands of vulnerabilities and millions of malware implementations, but there are very few methods that cybercriminals utilise to exploit vulnerabilities.

The Check Point SandBlast Threat Emulation engine monitors CPU-based instruction flow for exploits attempting to bypass OS security controls. By detecting exploit attempts during the pre-infection stage Threat Emulation sandboxing stops attacks before they have a chance to evade detection.

Contact us today to find out more about Check Point SandBlast Zero-Day Protection.

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