Company Information

    Infocyte was founded on April 2014. The company is based in Austin, TX, USA . The number of employees in Infocyte is less than 50. Infocyte is a cybersecurity company providing the leading platform for incident response and delivering cost-effective mdr services.

    Here is how Infocyte describes itself: "Get to know Infocyte's advanced threat detection and incident response platform. Reduce risk, maintain compliance, and streamline cyber-security operations."
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          Funding & investors

          Infocyte has received 5 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $11.7M.

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                          • Datto Acquires Cybersecurity Company Infocyte

                          • NORWALK, Conn., January 20, 2022 — Datto Holding Corp. (Datto) (NYSE:MSP), the leading global provider of cloud-based software and security solutions purpose-built for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), today announced that it has acquired threat detection and response company Infocyte, extending Datto’s security capabilities that protect, detect, and respond to cyberthreats found within endpoints and cloud…The post Datto Acquires Cybersecurity Company Infocyte appeared first on Infocyte.
                          • Under the Hood of an MDR Company: an Exercise in Innovation [Video]

                          • Running a successful EDR platform and MDR service is never-ending pursuit to stay one step ahead of hackers. As threat actors find creative ways to attempt to circumvent our customers defenses, we are constantly innovating to ensure we can detect and respond to security incidents quickly. Our founders Chris Gerritz and Russ Morris joined me…The post Under the Hood of an MDR Company: an Exercise in Innovation [Video] appeared first on Infocyte.
                          • Log4J/Log4Shells Exploit Analysis (CVE-2021-44228)

                          • This post was last updated on January 19th, 2022 at 02:26 pm As a follow up to our other blog post related to CVE-2021-44228, the Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability affecting Apache Log4j, we wanted to go into analysis of a log4shells attack. Who is vulnerable? Basically, this vulnerability affects any apache web server using…The post Log4J/Log4Shells Exploit Analysis (CVE-2021-44228) appeared first on Infocyte.
                          • EDR vs. MDR Services: Which is Right for You?

                          • Cybersecurity is a topic that keeps many business executives, managers, and IT directors up at night, and with good reason. The average cost of a breach in 2021 is estimated at $4.24 million! As information technology grows in sophistication, so do cyber threats. This week, for example, the Apache Log4j vulnerability has sent security teams…The post EDR vs. MDR Services: Which is Right for You? appeared first on Infocyte.
                          • Log4j Security Advisory: The Infocyte Platform is Not Vulnerable

                          • This post was last updated on December 22nd, 2021 at 01:32 pm You’ve likely heard that a major vulnerability in Apache Log4j was recently disclosed. Our team has been working around the clock to empower our customers to scan their systems for exploits and keep you updated as the situation develops. For more information, please…The post Log4j Security Advisory: The Infocyte Platform is Not Vulnerable appeared first on Infocyte.
                          • Log4J Exploit Detection (CVE-2021-44228)

                          • This post was last updated on January 19th, 2022 at 02:25 pm UPDATED: 12/22 – Added new detection logic to mitigate common obfuscation tactics. De-emphasized mitigation procedures which no longer help. If you are reading this than I assume you have already heard about CVE-2021-44228, the Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability affecting Apache Log4j, the…The post Log4J Exploit Detection (CVE-2021-44228) appeared first on Infocyte.

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