The world runs on software. We’re more connected than ever – and less secure than ever.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University began work on an entirely different approach to malware detection.
Carnegie Mellon University’s cutting-edge conceptual research led to the development of the initial version of Hyperion as part of a national security project at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Department of Homeland Security realized the potential of Hyperion and selected it for DHS’s Transition to Practice (TTP) Program, designed to identify promising technologies in national laboratories and transition them into the commercial market.
Hyperion was extensively vetted by Sandia National Labs through the TTP program and was then licensed to a commercial technology company, AffirmLogic.
Hyperion won the prestigious R&D 100 Award and selected for pilot projects in the malware laboratories of an Intelligence Community agency and US-CERT in DHS.
Hyperion’s unique computational techniques and intuitive output formats allow today’s malware, CERT, Reverse Engineers (RE), and Computer Network Defense (CND) analysts to cut hours off their analysis time for each investigation they conduct.
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