In this episode of TFiR Insights, Archis Gore, CTO of Polyverse, joins Swapnil Bhartiya, founder and host at TFiR to discuss Polyverse’s open source Zerotect technology and its integration with PagerDuty’s solutions. Here are some of the topics we covered in this discussion:
- MacOS and Windows have baked-in capabilities that keep a track of crashes and send reports to developers so they can identify the root of the problem. It also helps vendors identify actual zero day attacks in the wild. However, Linux distros don’t offer such capabilities. Gore explains a bit more about what Zerotect is and how it helps protect Linux-based systems.
- Polyverse has forged a partnership with PagerDuty to bring Zerotect capabilities to PagerDuty’s already popular and powerful incident management tool. Gore goes deeper into this partnership.
- What does the joint offering from Polyverse and PagerDuty look like from a technology perspective?
- What does it mean for users? How are they going to directly benefit from this partnership?
[su_note note_color=”#e4e4e4″ text_color=”#000″ class=”hvr-grow”]Polyverse develops leading-edge cybersecurity technology to build diversity across multiple system dimensions, stopping attacks before they start. Its technology is used by government and security-conscious organizations to mitigate against zero-day memory exploits. It is also embedded into devices, hardware and security solutions to provide the ultimate protection against hackers.[/su_note]