SOURCE: Triumfant


February 05, 2014 09:10 ET

Triumfant to Share Its Endpoint Security Expertise at Leading Industry Events in February

CEO John Prisco to Be a Featured Panelist at the 2014 RSA Conference and at AGC Partner's InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference

ROCKVILLE, MD--(Marketwired - Feb 5, 2014) - Triumfant, creator of patented software that automatically discovers, analyses and remediates advanced malware attacks on computers, servers and soon mobile devices, today announced its participation at leading information security events including the 2014 RSA Conference and the 10th Annual West Coast InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference hosted by AGC Partners. Both events will take place the week of Feb. 24, 2014 in San Francisco. 

The annual RSA Conference helps drive the information security agenda worldwide and consistently attracts the world's best and brightest in the field, creating opportunities for conference attendees to learn about IT security's most important issues. Mr. Prisco will be a featured panelist during the RSA Conference session, "One Year Later: Lessons and Unintended Consequences of the APT1 Report" on Feb. 25 at 2:40 p.m. The panel discussion moderated by Securosis analyst Gal Shpantzer will examine China's espionage efforts and the lessons learned from the APT1 report. Mr. Prisco and other industry thought leaders will offer their expertise and insights on how enterprises can use these lessons to improve their defenses.

Mr. Prisco will also participate in a panel discussion at the AGC Partners' 10th Annual West Coat InfoSec and Emerging Growth Conference on Feb. 24 during the event's Security Day. The invitation-only event brings together more than 300 of the leading public and private technology companies with average revenues of $25 million, the top global private equity investors, and leading tech buyers. Mr. Prisco will share with attendees best practices for bringing endpoint visibility to network security.

"Adversaries are skillfully constructing targeted attacks that purposefully evade traditional endpoint detection solutions such as Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), zero-day attacks, targeted attacks and rootkits," said John Prisco, CEO of Triumfant. "At Triumfant, we're helping enterprises stop a breach before it become a full-fledged attack. I'm pleased to share with attendees at these prestigious events how to close the breach detection gap with rapid detection and response at the endpoint."

Triumfant has built a suite of sophisticated tools that combine granular scanning, change detection and patented analytics to detect malicious attacks, repair the machine in minutes and continuously monitor the state of endpoint machines and servers to enforce security configurations and policies. The company is seeing increased demand by governments, financial institutions and media companies for its pragmatic, cost-effective endpoint defense solutions. As a result, Triumfant closed its most successful year on record, doubling year-over-year revenues, increasing its client roster by more than 60 percent and expanding headcount by up to 30 percent.

About Triumfant
Triumfant leverages patented analytics to detect, analyze and remediate the malicious attacks that evade traditional endpoint protection solutions such as the Advanced Volatile Threat, Advanced Persistent Threatzero-day attacks, targeted attacks and rootkits. Triumfant automates the process of building a contextual and surgical remediation that addresses the malware and all of the associated collateral damage. Endpoints go from infection to remediation in five minutes without the need to reboot or re-image. No signatures or prior knowledge of any kind are required to stop the adversary.Triumfant uses these same analytics to continually enforce security configurations and policies, ensuring that organizations start every day with their endpoints secure and audit ready. To learn more about the company go to: or follow Triumfant on Twitter and YouTube.

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