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Protect endpoints.
Block attacks.

Keep your company safe from fileless malware, exploits, and zero-day attacks.

How it works

Stop exploits, fileless,
and file-based attacks.

Fileless attacks and exploits can’t be detected by antivirus. Runtime Malware Defense blocks fileless attacks, exploits, and file-based malware by analyzing behaviors and attributes in the set-up phase of an attack, before damage is done.

Keep your company a step ahead.

The threat landscape is constantly evolving. Barkly’s cloud-based service enables continuous training of our protection models against thousands of new malware samples each day. New models are automatically deployed to endpoints so your protection is always up to date, no work required.

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Get the details.

Cloud-based management gives you visibility into your endpoints and protection status anytime and anywhere. See when you have new incidents. Learn the who, what, when, and how of everything Barkly blocks. Easily manage existing devices and add Barkly protection to new ones.

Strong protection that works for you.

  • Uses <1% CPU
  • Cloud-based deployment and management
  • No professional services needed to get started
  • Free chat and email support in the portal
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Barkly Features - Blocks attacks

Blocks exploits and
fileless attacks

Barkly Features - Spots Behaviors

Real-time
behavior analysis

Barkly Features - Low CPU

Responsive
machine learning

Barkly Features - Easy Reporting

Prevents
damage

Barkly blocked WannaCry
ransomware on day zero. See how:

 

Block more attacks. Prevent damage.

No credit card required. Easy setup. Live chat support for every trial user. Compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.

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