Montreal, Canada, February 17, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Efficient Protection Inc. today announced that the company will change its name to StreamScan Inc. a cyber security solutions provider and security consulting company focused on compromised network detection and professional services.
The company was founded in December 2011 to address the major problems facing enterprises of all sizes, protecting intellectual property, customer data theft and the major disruption of critical services due to cyber-attacks.
The company’s flagship product, CDS (Compromise Detection System) is a sophisticated Data Breach Detection Solution that detects breaches and compromised devices by analyzing the network traffic without direct connection to the network devices. The CDS is primarily focused on detecting unknown malware and threats using a behavior-based approach (Machine Learning Methods, Techniques and Algorithms).
The company was formed by a team of PhDs and cyber security experts to develop a suite of products to optimally protect data, networks, circumvent intrusions, data breaches and other security threats.
“Being able to detect malware that has compromised a network and send alerts to the security administer using our CDS, is another tool in the war against cyber criminals and a true game changer. Today security specialists consider 205 days as an average period to identify compromised systems in a network while our CDS reduces this period to minutes or hours,” said Dr. Karim Ganame CEO and founder.
Ganame continued, “We have a team of cyber security experts with of wealth of industry experience that allows us to offer unparalleled consulting services from security testing, PCI compliance to threat intelligence and incident handling while providing an extremely high level of support for our CDS install base.”
StreamScan is present on 5 continents with clients ranging from fortune 1000 to state and local governments. The company continues to expand its global footprint and offers its products and services in multiple languages.