Kaprica's Application Guardian deprives attackers of the ability to leverage vulnerabilities in applications and embedded software found on Microsoft Windows or Linux.

Kaprica has worked with organizations such as Lockheed Martin and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) exploring the potential of Guardian to secure native software from defense infrastructure to passenger vehicles.

“Kaprica’s partnership with DARPA is an important step in understanding and helping to meet software-related security threats not only to government vehicles, but for a variety of consumer products including cars and light trucks”
Daniel Mintz, ex-CIO Department of Transportation

“Run-time Application Security (RASP) is a must have, emerging security technology”
Joe Feiman, Gartner Researcher


Networked server applications and embedded systems, while less visible than user-facing apps, are everywhere behind the scenes, from laptops, smartphones, to tablets, wearables, and home automation, to planes, trains and automobiles, to data centers, networks and industrial infrastructure. Together these are the so-called “Internet of Things” (IoT). Gartner estimates that “the IoT will include 26 billion units installed by 2020. The cornerstones of security for any information systems are Integrity, Availability and Confidentiality.

Guardian protection for organizations and end users is quickly and automatically added to binary code, or as part of the existing build, update and upgrade process, without requiring expensive and time consuming re-engineering or source code changes. Guardian supports government and enterprise security standards, including NIST (National Institute of Standards) 800-153 Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Department of Defense (DoD) DFARS (Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement) 204.73 Cyber Security.

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