RevBits Endpoint Security Wins the 2022 Fortress Cybersecurity Award

Cybersecurity solutions provider RevBits named as a winner for Endpoint Detection in the Product or Service Category for its Endpoint Security solution

RevBits, a unified cybersecurity company for enterprise endpoints, cloud and on-premises systems, today announced it has won the 2022 Fortress Cybersecurity Award for Endpoint Detection for its solution RevBits Endpoint Security in the Endpoint Detection – Product or Services Category. The Fortress Cybersecurity Award, administered through The Business Intelligence Group, seeks to identify and reward the world’s leading companies and products that are working to keep data and electronic assets safe from threats.

RevBits is pleased to be awarded in the following categories:

  • 2022 Fortress Cybersecurity Award – Product or Services / Endpoint Detection
    • RevBits Endpoint Security
  • 2022 Fortress Cybersecurity – Recognized as a Finalist
    • RevBits Privileged Access Management

“As a developer of cybersecurity software, our focus is providing customers with sophisticated and robust solutions that improve their security posture,” said David Schiffer, RevBits CEO. “To be awarded for our Endpoint Security solution and receive recognition from Fortress for our Privileged Access Management product is very rewarding. Through the efforts of our development teams and technology road map led by our CTO, Mucteba Celik, we will continue to enhance our solutions to deliver superior detection, blocking, mitigation response, and control for our customers.”

“Endpoint Security (EPS) is a key product in our suite of enterprise solutions,” said Mucteba Celik, RevBits CTO. “The EPS marketplace is competitive, and to have been recognized by Fortress is a great honor. “Our development efforts on EPS have been centered on building a 100% detection capability with a zero false positive reporting. We have made great strides in constructing the most capable endpoint security, detection and response solution available. For example, we developed anti-rootkit technology that protects against kernel-level malware attacks, which has been awarded a U.S. Patent.”

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