Next-generation antivirus (NGAV) is a new breed of software that was created to bridge the gap left by traditional antivirus.
What exactly constitutes NGAV in the cybersecurity industry is still unclear since there’s not a widely-accepted definition for the term. At a minimum, next-generation antivirus products need to go beyond performing signature-based detection while also incorporating some type of advanced technology.
Most NGAVs go beyond the use of indicators of compromise (IOCs) and metadata such as virus signatures, IP addresses, file hashes, and URLs. Using technologies like advanced data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence and data analytics, next-generation antivirus solutions look for patterns of behavior used by attackers to discover tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).
odix develops and markets advanced anti-malware tools based on Content Disarm and Reconstruct (CDR) technology for preventive cybersecurity in enterprises of all sizes. odix TrueCDR™ technology prevents malware infiltration of organizational networks by removing all malicious code from a wide range of file types. Unlike legacy anti-malware technologies, odix’s solutions are effective against both known and unknown malware.
Cybereason Next-Generation Antivirus is ranked 30th in Anti-Malware Tools while odix is ranked 40th in Anti-Malware Tools. Cybereason Next-Generation Antivirus is rated 0.0, while odix is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Cybereason Next-Generation Antivirus is most compared with Norton Security Premium and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, whereas odix is most compared with MetaDefender Drive.
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