Intelligently secure your enterprise from the fastest growing threat vector — mobile.
Securing the best of the best.
An emerging threat to
your enterprise is
make up the fastest growing threat surface.
remain unprotected and vulnerable to attack.
was lost by organizations to cybercrime in 2022.
All it takes is one
connected to your mobile app to:
Malicious actors aim to access sensitive corporate or personal information to hold it for ransom against organizations.
Even the largest organizations in the world are susceptible to leaking sensitive data and jeopardizing the lives of millions of customers.
Following a cyberattack, public companies lose an average of 8.4% of their value, as market confidence is impacted by negative perception.
Would you know if your mobile app is vulnerable?
Don’t gamble on a maybe.
Protect your enterprise
from blind spots.
Verimatrix XTD extends beyond your existing MTD and EDR security to protect threats from unmanaged devices. Powered by AI/ML, detect and respond to threats before your enterprise is compromised.
Formerly App Shield. Start with RASP and shielding to create bulletproof apps.
Monitor and detect attacks, anomalies and suspicious behavior.
Receive guidance for mitigating threats and apply countermeasures.
Actionable threat intelligence to prepare for future attacks.
Tackling the fastest growing
While many organizations have some form of cybersecurity protection for their managed devices (employee devices), XTD is one of the only cybersecurity solutions to address multi-vector threats stemming from unmanaged (consumer) mobile devices.
Security agent installed on employee devices.
Most enterprises use existing comprehensive mobile and endpoint security to protect employee devices.
No security agent installed on customer devices.
Most enterprises only have basic app security to satisfy app store requirements.
As the number of apps grow, so do attack surfaces. Hackers take advantage of security vulnerabilities from connected apps to infiltrate critical IT infrastructure and deploy threats including phishing, ransomware, zero-day attacks and others.
XTD predicts, prevents, detects, and responds to these threats before they can cause damage to an organization.
If your enterprise has an app, you need XTD.
Asaf Ashkenazi, CEO of Verimatrix, reveals how hackers are using apps to gain access to an enterprise’s critical IT infrastructure, and how we built XTD to stop them in their tracks.
Trusted by CISOs and
security experts alike.
Security Operations Center (SOC)
Deploy powerful countermeasures to thwart attacks.
Gain full visibility of security risks enterprise-wide.
Fraud Prevention Department
Prevent sophisticated fraudsters from infiltrating your organization.
R&D, Engineering, Product
Develop secure apps with ease.
Get started. Faster.
XTD’s proprietary zero-code technology allows customers to add deep, defensive countermeasures without the hassle of integration.
Inject protection into mobile apps with ease. XTD's advanced protection does not require end users to install a separate security agent.
XTD integrates directly into a CI/CD workflow, enabling developers to seamlessly integrate powerful security without delaying the app development process.
Tailor-made to meet your security needs, XTD’s SIEM-integrated platform allows you to cut through the noise and identify high-risk threats.
Pushing the boundaries
of every industry.
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