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RevBits achieves 100% detection rating in ICSA labs testing

RevBits achieves 100% detection rating in ICSA labs testing

MINEOLA, N.Y. – Software company RevBits have announced that RevBits Endpoint Security (EPS) has achieved a 100% detection rating with zero false positives reported in its advanced threat defense certification testing.

RevBits received their testing from ICSA Labs Advanced Threat Certification (Verizon division, independent) for a perfect detection rating and perfect zero false reporting for their Q3 2022 evaluation of RevBits EPS. RevBits says the testing was performed with the Advanced Threat Detection protocol which evaluates endpoint security products in effectiveness against varying threat levels and malware, testing apps false positive rates, and more over the course of 27 days.

"Maintaining this certification is important to our company and our customers," said RevBits CEO, David Schiffer. "The scourge of malware and ransomware must be defeated and helping to protect organizations of all types and sizes is a priority for RevBits. Our endpoint security solution is achieving that goal, which obviously makes us very proud."

RevBits EPS delivers advanced protection for users making use of its mitigation systems and forensic capability with the Endpoint Detection and Response Module.

"With a detection rate of 100% and zero false positives reported, RevBits EPS clearly surpassed the seventy-five percent detection rate required to maintain certification," RevBits CTO, Mucteba Celik, said. "We were absolutely thrilled with the performance. We were seeking the most strenuous endpoint security certification testing available, and that's why we chose ICSA Labs. Achieving these results speaks volumes to the quality and capability of our product. We want our solution to stop all malware, and not create false reporting burdens for system administrators."

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