Protect the rest of the company when an employee is hacked

Keystrike ensures that commands are physically made on the employee workstation in a way that a remote hacker cannot forge, thus seamlessly siloing even stealthy attackers.
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Augment your security stack

Complementary controls for your zero trust environment

Keystrike secures user sessions, working seamlessly with existing authentication mechanisms, to ensure they are not supplanted, stolen, or sneakily harboring stealthy attackers. Keystrike Sanctum Guard protects remote access connections, while Keystrike Cloud Protector (forthcoming) adds integrity to web sessions.

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Phishing attacks

MFA and security keys don’t help when the computer is compromised: the attacker just lurks until the user is authenticated. Keystrike, on the other hand, protects entire user sessions and thus other computers from being compromised.

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Lateral movement through impersonation

Even with modern authentication, it’s hard to distinguish between a legitimate user and an attacker with remote access to the workstation. Keystrike cryptographically proves that each keystroke and mouse click was physically made on the computer, effectively providing friction-free continuous authentication.

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Attackers used RDP (Remote Desktop) connections in 95% of ransomware attacks in 2023. Keystrike Sanctum Guard insulates RDP connections from any unauthorized input.

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Stealthy "living off the land" attackers

Rather than trying to infer malicious behavior—an impossible problem—Keystrike attests good behavior: that a command was intentionally made by a human on an authorized workstation.

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