IBM Security ReaQta is an industry-leading Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) solution that provides organizations with autonomous, near real-time and fully customizable endpoint protection, minus the complexity.

Why ReaQta

Traditional endpoint security, including antivirus and signature-based protection, may not be enough. And yet, as seen through the rise of extended detection and response (XDR), endpoints are critical to broader visibility across the enterprise, whether in the cloud, on servers or elsewhere.

IBM Security ReaQta leverages exceptional levels of intelligent automation and AI to help detect and remediate known and unknown threats in near real-time. With deep visibility across endpoints, it combines expected features, such as MITRE ATT&CK mapping and attack visualizations, with dual-engine AI and automation to propel endpoint security into a zero-trust world.

What distinguishes IBM Security ReaQta?

  • Undetectable By Design. World's first and only endpoint protection solution that monitors the operating system (OS) from the outside. NanoOS, a unique hypervisor-based approach, provides deep visibility into processes and applications running on endpoints. NanoOS is designed to be invisible to attackers and malware, and not tampered with, shut down or replaced.
  • Continual Learning & Improvement. Automated, AI-powered threat detection and threat hunting include telemetry from indicators that can be customized for proprietary detection and granular search. Advanced behavioural analytics allows for continual improvement and tailored detection.
  • Respond to Threats in Near Real Time. Guided and autonomous remediation can simplify and speed response. The cyber assistant learns from analyst decisions, then retains the intellectual capital and learned behaviours. It can free up time for analysts and help reduce false positives. Remediation is available with automated or single-click remote kill. 
  • Tailor-Made Threat Hunting. DeStra (Detection Strategy) scripting allows users to build custom detection strategies—beyond “out of the box” models—to address compliance or company-specific requirements without the need to reboot the endpoint. Updates can be activated across the organization without endpoint intervention or downtime.