26 - 50 employees
Series A
B2B
SaaS
Security

Barkly Company Overview

The Barkly Endpoint Protection Platform™ blocks attacks across all vectors and intents, including exploits, scripts, executables, and ransomware. Barkly is the only protection with visibility into all levels of the system, including the CPU and stays up-to-date through its continuous machine-learning engine that automatically converts threat intelligence into powerful protection through nightly training on malware and customer-specific goodware. Barkly requires no security expertise to setup and deploy and makes management simple through any desktop or mobile device. Barkly is independently certified for antivirus replacement, HIPAA, PCI DSS & NIST by Coalfire and AV-TEST. Barkly is formed by an elite team of security and SaaS experts from IBM, Cisco and Intel, and is backed by investors NEA and Sigma Prime. Learn more by visiting us at www.barkly.com or follow us on Twitter @BarklyProtects.

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53 State Street,
Boston, MA 02109

Blog

November 6, 2018
New Emotet malspam campaign in flight  🚨#emotet is back to sending malspam🚨Current Emotet botnet/epoch 2 payloads as of 16:00UTC/11:00EST: https://t.co/RZsxAtAbgF/artsntek.com/YtQno/bahiacreativa.com/9SYOE9k/cipherme.pl/data/cw/charliefox.com.br/41Cj/casellamoving.com/t1g — Joseph Roosen (@JRoosen) ...
November 2, 2018
On October 25, Romanian antivirus vendor Bitdefender made the welcome announcement that they had developed a decryption tool allowing victims of GandCrab ransomware to recover their files for free....
October 29, 2018
On Monday, October 15, Jeffrey Hudson, CEO of Onslow Water and Sewer Authority (ONWASA) issued a statement announcing the utility's servers and personal computers had been subjected to a sophisticated ransomware attack that had left it with limited computer capabilities. ...
October 16, 2018
With cyber attacks continuing to pose an increasingly frequent and costly threat to organizations worldwide, Barkly has once again teamed up with the Ponemon Institute to evaluate the current state of endpoint security. This year, the Ponemon Institute independently surveyed 660 IT security professionals and found that, while the threat landscape is indeed rapidly evolving, the majority of successful attacks still have one key thing in common — they begin by compromising an endpoin...
October 15, 2018
For years, crypto-ransomware was the payload of choice for financially motivated attackers. It became the top malware threat in the third quarter of 2016 and held onto the prominence for a year and a half. But then things changed. After ransomware dominated the headlines in 2017, many companies implemented anti-ransomware measures on their systems. As discovered by Comodo Cybersecurity in its First Quarter 2018 Threat Report, this concerted effort paved the way for crypto-mining malw...