ResponSight understands that users and their machines are usually creatures of habit, doing much the same thing for most of the time. When a breach occurs, things change rapidly – and suddenly, that machine or user account is doing things it doesn’t normally do, or has never done before.
Your customers want to be able to trust your business and your people. And you want to keep that trust, protect it and do everything you can to avoid breaking it.
So how do you continually verify that trust? How do you make sure that your end points and staff are not inadvertent victims of a hack or stolen/easily guessed credentials?
ResponSight detects potential security breaches through behavioural analytics,
with no need to collect any private or sensitive data.
Put simply, attackers and malware don’t operate the end point the same way as the real owner/user – and that stands out for early detection and rapid response.
16 Aug 2016
Melbourne cybersecurity startup ResponSight raises $1.15 million in seed funding
Melbourne cybersecurity startup ResponSight has raised $1.15 million in seed funding, led by Carthona Capital and follow on investment from Black Sheep Capital. The startup is responsible for providin...