Linux Threat Hunting with Infocyte HUNT News Roundup

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We launched Version 2.0 of Infocyte HUNT

Last week was a big week for our company as we launched Version 2.0 of Infocyte HUNT. The big news, in case you missed it, is the new ability to scan Linux endpoints in addition to Windows, improvements to the malware analysis engine and user experience, and enhanced performance to consistently identify both active and dormant malware on an endpoint within minutes.

Since the news hit CEO Chris Gerritz has been busy speaking to the media and analysts about the new release and what it means for organizations trying to stay ahead of breaches involving malware and persistent threats. Here’s a quick summary of the industry coverage and links to the full articles.

San Antonio’s Infocyte Takes Cybersecurity Threat Hunting to Linux | Xconomy
CEO Chris Gerritz talks to Xconomy about how Infocyte takes cybersecurity threat hunting to Linux

New products of the week 6.13.16: Infocyte HUNT v2.0 | NetworkWorld
The latest release of Infocyte, Inc. HUNT featured in Network World Products of the Week

Outdated authentication practices create an opportunity for threat hunter Infocyte| Biometric Update
Biometric Update speaks to CEO Chris Gerritz about how outdated #authentication practices create an opportunity for threat hunter Infocyte

Security Startup Infocyte Widens Its Threat Hunting Scope | SDX Central
Check out SDxCentral’s interview with CEO Chris Gerritz

Infocyte HUNT Delivers First Agentless Threat Hunting Solution for Linux Platforms | The CyberWire
Coverage of the V2.0 release news, plus stay tuned for an upcoming podcast featuring CEO Chris Gerritz

Infocyte HUNT Delivers First Agentless Threat Hunting Solution for Linux Platforms | Information Security Buzz
Information Security Buzz covers the Linux release

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