Open Visibility

Of All Your Enterprise Devices

Ziften’s groundbreaking software comprehensively understands machine behavior and abnormalities, allowing analysts to hone in on advanced threats faster to minimize dwell time. By continuously monitoring endpoint activity, IP connections, user interactions, resource consumption etc., Ziften can allow organizations to more quickly determine the root cause of a breach and take necessary corrective action.

  • Gartner Report

    Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions

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  • NEW 451 Research:

    Ziften Open Visibility Intelligence:
    Straight To The Endpoint

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  • Forrester WhitePaper

    Endpoint Security Management: A Weak Point For Many Organizations

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  • Ziften For Splunk

    Continuous Monitoring And Response of Enterprise Endpoints

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Months out, Target is still coping with breach

It's been more than half a year since Target was breached, but the major retailer is far from being out of the woods.Losses amid a continuing effort at recovery Back in January, the breach of Target was a major story. In the ... Read More »


Ziften Announces Ziften App for Splunk Enterprise to Provide Continuous Monitoring and Continuous Response of Enterprise Endpoints to Enhance Security

Austin, TX – August 20, 2014 – Ziften, a leading provider of Endpoint Detection and Response solutions, today announced Ziften App for Splunk Enterprise to help customers improve their security posture through actionable intelligence and ... Read More »


Supervalu suffers breach

Popular grocery retailer Supervalu has been hit with a data breach that could leave untold numbers of customers affected across around 200 of the company's stores, according to the Associated Press.Breach lasted for more than two ... Read More »


Russian cybercriminals steal billions of credentials in biggest known breach

An American cybersecurity company believes it may have discovered the biggest known data breach in history. The company alleges that a group of Russian cybercriminals they have been investigating for months is behind the theft of billions of ... Read More »