Triumfant on Pace to Conclude Most Successful Year on Record

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Malware-Detection Software Provider Grows Two-Fold in 2013 as Organizations Seek Next-Generation Endpoint Detection and Remediation Solutions

Triumfant, creator of patented software that automatically discovers, analyses and remediates advanced malware attacks on computers, servers and soon mobile devices, today announced that it is on pace to close a record year fueled by new product innovations, strategic partnerships and the market's demand for sophisticated endpoint protection and breach prevention software. Triumfant will close 2013 with year-over-year revenues doubled, client roster increased by 60 percent, and headcount up 30 percent from the previous year.

The volume and velocity of today's attacks against IT systems have created a protection gap that traditional defense software cannot close. According to the Verizon 2013 Data Breach Investigations Report, 71 percent of breaches targeted end-user devices and only nine percent of breaches were self-discovered by customers. Adversaries are skillfully constructing targeted attacks that purposefully evade traditional endpoint detection solutions such as Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), zero-day attacks, targeted attacks and rootkits. Triumfant has responded, building a suite of sophisticated tools that combine granular scanning, change detection and patented analytics to detect malicious attacks, repair the machine in minutes and continuously monitor the state of endpoint machines and servers to enforce security configurations and policies.

"Endpoint compromises don't have to be a breach," said John Prisco, CEO of Triumfant. "At Triumfant, our approach is based on early detection and remediation of a compromise before it becomes a full breach. Companies want, and need, security tools that process much larger data sets, are capable of deep-dive analytics and rely more on intelligence than attack signatures. As a result, we're seeing increased demand by governments, financial institutions and media companies for Triumfant's pragmatic, cost-effective endpoint defense solutions."

Triumfant's rapid detection and real-time response capabilities are accomplished using patented, Big Data analytics without lockdown, forklift upgrades, signatures or prior knowledge. 2013 saw the introduction of the patent-pending, Triumfant Memory Process Scanner, the first ever Advanced Volatile Threat (AVT) module to detect and stop in-memory malware attacks. Bundled free with Triumfant's recently released version 5.0, the Memory Process Scanner enables real-time detection of a variety of threats that operate by manipulating objects in memory. Memory-based attacks are on the rise as hackers are choosing secrecy and ephemerality over planting malware in a hard drive. With Triumfant v. 5.0 organizations can create a multi-faceted defense against today's most advanced cyber threats in RAM and on the hard drive.

Triumfant has created a technology platform that is completely unique to the market. As a result, the company partners with leading independent software vendors (ISVs) including McAfee and ArcSight to resell its one-of-a-kind malware detection and prevention software. In 2013 Accuvant, the authoritative source for information security joined Triumfant's strategic alliances as a value-added reseller.

Triumfant is recognized for its product innovation and contribution to the defense of the nation's most trusted assets. The company was named a Security Innovation Network (SINET) 16 Innovator in 2011 and again in 2013 for its ability to detect the most advanced malware threats and nation-state actors targeting large enterprises and government organizations globally. As cyber-security experts and industry thought leaders, Triumfant executives are routinely asked to present at industry tradeshows and events. In 2013, CEO John Prisco shared his insights with government leaders and security executives attending the SINET Showcase, CyberFED and the Cyber Security Summit. Next up, the annual RSA Conference in February where Mr. Prisco will present the session, "One Year Later: Lessons and Unintended Consequences of the APT1 Report."

About Triumfant
Triumfant leverages patented analytics to detect, analyze and remediate the malicious attacks that evade traditional endpoint protection solutions such as the Advanced Volatile Threat, Advanced Persistent Threat, zero-day attacks, targeted attacksand rootkits. Triumfant automates the process of building a contextual and surgical remediation that addresses the malware and all of the associated collateral damage. Endpoints go from infection to remediation in five minutes without the need to reboot or re-image. No signatures or prior knowledge of any kind are required to stop the adversary.Triumfant uses these same analytics to continually enforce security configurations and policies, ensuring that organizations start every day with their endpoints secure and audit ready. To learn more about the company go to: or follow Triumfant on Twitter and YouTube.


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