Ready to Defend Your Clients from Malware Executing In-Memory Attacks? OnSystem Logic Launches Program for Innovators
OnSystem Logic (“OSL”) Invites MSP/MSSPs, Software Developers and others to join the Product Evaluation Program (“PEP”) for OnSystem Defender, its High Assurance Application Hardening Solution for Endpoints.
OnSystem Logic Welcomes Bret Hartman as a Senior Advisor to the company. Bret is joining the OnSystem Logic leadership team to provide his expertise on technical go-to-market strategy and product messaging, and to introduce potential customers and partners to OnSystem Logic’s innovative application hardening, endpoint security product – OnSystem Defender.
Over the course of several months, OnSystem Logic and the other chosen start-ups are introduced to Plug and Play’s large network of venture capital, government, university, and corporate partners to evaluate the potential for pilots, POCs, investment, and other collaborations. OnSystem Logic will attend exclusive events, mentor sessions, and deal flows, concluding with the May 3rd-4th Plug and Play Silicon Valley May 2022 Summit.
OnSystem Defender’s Application Hardening ability is the best defense against both malware and attacks via application flaws that routinely bypass existing endpoint defenses to deliver ransomware, supply chain and any other variety of attack.
Prevent unauthorized application behavior
Stop unauthorized application behavior
According to Jack Suess, VP of IT at UMBC, “our work with OnSystem Logic over the last two years has allowed us to watch the product mature and develop into a truly impressive tool for preventing malware from gaining a foothold into a system.
After testing OnSystem Defender we realized that this product was uniquely capable of stopping new malware attacks which no other competing product in the marketplace could.
We decided to also test and install OnSystem Logic’s (OSL) Defender next to our existing AV about 3 months ago. Within one week of this implementation, OSL Defender discovered a previously unseen behavior in one of our machine’s Outlook processes.