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NPCore will be exhibiting at the RSA Conference 2018
RSA2018_엔피코어 NPCore will be exhibiting at the RSA Conference 2018 held at Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore from July 25 to July 27, 2018. RSA Conference is the world's largest information security fair held every year. In addition to providing the latest security technologies and new products from global cybersecurity companies in one place, it also provides keynote lectures and seminars. NPCore, which has been on the list of exhibitors for the fifth consecutive year this year, is going to show the ‘Zombie ZERO Series’, the solution defending against APT attack and Ransomware. The main features of Zombie ZERO series are behavior-based analysis and double-defense for the network and endpoints to respond to unknown attacks. In particular, NPCore plan to introduce the 'Zombie ZERO EDR' line, which is launched to address the EDR (Endpoint Detection & Response) market, rapidly emerging worldwide, as a core product. Zombie ZERO EDR is capable of real-time countermeasures against threats that bypass the network based on functions such as △behavior-based malicious code detection △Ransomware pre-blocking △white list-based execution holding function and △PC data security backup. Seung-Chul Han, the CEO of NPCore said, "It will be a stepping-stone for aggressively targeting the Asia - Pacific market," revealing his expectation for RSA Conference 2018. APJ180012_EK_EmailSig_Booth_495x75
2018.07.11

NPCore attended ‘CSM-ACE 2017' in Malaysia ... Presented new product to Southeast Asian market

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2017-11-20 16:58
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[Picture : NPCore presented its new product 'ZombieZERO EDR for APT', at 'CSM-ACE 2017' held in The Royal Chulan Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on October 10~12. NPCore's Overseas Sales Manager, Jessy Kang was explaining the product at the booth.]

Since May this year, the number of worldwide victims of Ransomware such as WannaCry and Petya has increased, and similar cases occurred recently in Malaysia, so the security awareness of Malaysian organizations has strengthened. As a result, NPCore (CEO Seung-chul Han) introduced its new endpoint security product, 'ZombieZERO EDR for APT' at the ‘CSM-ACE 2017'.

‘CSM-ACE (Cyber Security Malaysia – Awards/ Conference/ Exhibition) 2017’ hosted by CSM(Cyber Security Malaysia, similar in KISA of Korea) and held in The Royal Chulan Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on October 10~12 is a public-private partnership event and the largest information security exhibition in Malaysia.

NPCore is specialized in defense solution against unknown APT and Ransomware and provides two-level defense on network and endpoint based on behavior.

Existing security solutions (signature-based Anti-virus) cannot respond against APT (targeting malware) and new / variant Ransomware such as WannaCry and Petya, and traditional Sandbox technology is vulnerable to malware bypassing virtual machine, new and variant Ransomware and attack through encryption section (SSL communication). To overcome these limitations, the importance of EDR (End Point Detection & Response) technology has been highlighted.
In line with this, NPCore released endpoint security product against APT (ZombieZERO EDR for APT) and recently released 'ZombieZERO EDR for Server' also due to the recent biggest hosting server's security incident and supplied it to the Korean broadcasting station.

NPCore’s CEO, Han, S.C. said, " This exhibition shows that the cyber insurance business that protects data from cyber attacks is expanding in Southeast Asia as the crisis of Ransomware has increased recently. However, this solution just negotiates with hackers for data recovery, so it cannot guarantee 100% recovery. As a result of consulting with various Malaysian SI vendors, we continued to follow-up with 2 SI companies that showed interest in our products and partnerships. This is the first time we attended, but we achieved more than I expected.”