Madrona Venture Group, Andreessen Horowitz and Intel Capital Invest in Eclypsium’s Oversubscribed Series A Round.
Learn about how Eclypsium is delivering a new layer of security to defend the unguarded firmware and hardware infrastructure of the modern enterprise.
In less than 3 minutes, learn how attackers use firmware level weaknesses and attacks to subvert traditional security, and how Eclypsium closes the gap.
As firmware-level threats continue to gain traction in the wild, security teams need to quickly get up to speed on how these threats work and how their devices can be targeted and attacked. In this paper we demystify the most common types of firmware threats today and analyze their path into an organization.
Attackers are increasingly targeting the largely unprotected hardware and firmware within all types of devices. Firmware vulnerabilities are common and difficult to manage, and once exploited, allow attackers to subvert traditional security and gain long-lasting persistence within a network. In this paper, we will explore the nature of the risk, why it has become a priority now, and how organizations can protect themselves today.