EDR will fail. Cigent stops assailants from compromising data with zero-trust data protection.
Data is unreadable at the sector level even after logging on until unlocked with MFA and automatically hides again when the user locks the screen.
Zero-trust file access controls using MFA that protects files from attacks. File access controls block zero-day ransomware and only allow the trusted user to access files with MFA.
Storage firmware heartbeat ensures Cigent software is always running and makes in-use data invisible if attackers disable Cigent software.
How Cigent differs: Data cannot be exfiltrated, protected from unauthorized users by zero trust file access.
How Cigent differs: If Cigent software is disabled, data is made invisible by keep-alive heartbeat in storage
How Cigent differs: Ransomware cannot encrypt files that are invisible and protected by zero trust file access.