SecureAge Technology launches malware protection, CatchPulse

SecureAge Technology has introduced CatchPulse, a software for malware protection, making endpoint protection easier for both individuals and enterprises

Global data security and endpoint protection company, SecureAge Technology, has announced the launch of CatchPulse. 

This malware prevention software features advanced AI, multiple cloud-based anti-viral engines, a ’block first’ approach based on application control and a new and enhanced user interface.

CatchPulse provides always-on, real-time protection to catch threats by simply blocking all unauthorised applications, processes or scripts from executing. It helps organisations stay one step ahead of unknown threats and offers a simple and intuitive experience for users of all levels, from novice home users to IT professionals.

Protecting against malware attacks 

Founded in 2003, SecureAge Technology is trusted by governments, research institutes, and organisations across the globe to protect them from the most advanced and persistent cyber threats. 

The CatchPulse interface is designed for all types of customers. Customers can leave Auto-Protect on for automated protection by the AI and supporting cloud-based anti-viral engines, or alternatively users can turn Auto-Protect off for interactive and informed decision making through customised recommendations. 

“At SecureAge we have always believed that people should not have to become cybersecurity experts to protect their personal devices and companies,” says Dr. Ngair Teow Hin, Founder and CEO of SecureAge. “While many AI systems can catch some threats, some of the time, CatchPulse is designed for the unknown – such as WannaCry and more recently REvil and Maze, which caught everyone off-guard. At SecureAge, we successfully protect governments, enterprises and home users across the globe from being blindsided by malware attacks.”

Making informed security decisions 

The CatchPulse cloud management portal serves as the central hub for enterprise users to keep track of security across all registered devices. The multi-layered dashboard presents the overall security status so power users won’t lose any time manoeuvring through deeper features and functions.

Severity level indicators show the threat status with supporting references and Recommended Actions ensures users are well-informed in making decisions when they need to.

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