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Startup finds malware intrusions by keeping an eye on processor radio frequencies

Tim Greene | Jan. 27, 2015
Analysis engine sets off alarms to warn of malware that’s affected processors workload.

PFP analytic engine software, called P2Scan, constantly monitors the signal and compares it to the baseline. When it differs and the difference persists, it triggers an alarm. The software has an API that can link the output to SIEM platforms. It's currently integrated with Splunk's operational intelligence platform, and the company has plans to integrate with HP ArcSight SIEM.

Within two years the company hopes to have the probes embedded in chips to reduce the cost to pennies, Reed says. Current pricing for eMonitor is between $3,000 and $5,000. Pricing for P2Scan software depends on the application.

The company is backed by $1 million in investments from Blu Venture Investors and the CIT GAP Fund.

 

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