Zero trust, one keystroke at a time
Neutralize spear phishing. Without friction.
Keystrike attests that the input was physically typed on employee’s workstation.
Keystrike controls the impact of phishing. spear phishing. ransomware. supply chain attacks.
2. Keystrike signs every command with cryptographic signatures, making sure all keystrokes and clicks are authenticated
3. The servers are able to look at the signature and recognize if it came from the legitimate employee
4. Keystrike raises an alarm to all unsigned commands and stops hacker’s lateral movement
How is Keystrike different?
Keystrike guarantees that commands received by remote systems were physically typed on the employee workstation — providing continuous authentication, enhanced security and compliance with frictionless user experience.
Spear phishing resistant
Blocks lateral movement
“What would terrify me as a hacker is being trapped on someone’s workstation, unable to sneak into the next host.“
Co-founder, inventor and professor
Cryptographically attest every keystroke
Continuous, frictionless authentication
Alerts you the moment a hacker moves laterally. Attesting each keystroke allows us to recognize unwanted movement even before hackers strike the next server.
Keystrike seamlessly signs and verifies every human-made interaction without keylogging. Also works with existing cybersecurity solutions already in place.
Safeguard your systems, even when employees inevitably click on a rogue link. When the breach happens it won’t spread past the infected computer.
Who can benefit from Keystrike?
Built for at-risk industries
Banks and insurance companies
Make it work for you
Remote desktop, jumpboxes and SSH
The Keystrike agent on the client seamlessly works with the Keystrike terminator on the server side automatically attesting all issued commands.
Continuous authentication for SaaS
By simply creating a proxy with the Keystrike terminator you create a tunnel which only forwards attested requests.
Attest who wrote what & when on your website
Make an API call from the website with the Keystrike client installed. The server with the Keystrike terminator automatically attests all of your requests.