Why In-Q-Tel and JPMorgan Chase Chose ReversingLabs

ReversingLabs is the beneficiary of two strategic relationships with organizations that are extremely discerning in their partnerships. The first is In-Q-Tel (IQT), the non-profit strategic investor that accelerates the development and delivery of cutting-edge technologies to US Government agencies that keep our nation safe. The second is JPMorgan Chase (JPMC), a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. Both companies carry out an amazing amount of due diligence before partnering – so why did they choose ReversingLabs and why is their partnership so important to your security team?

ReversingLabs is expert at decomposing, inspecting, identifying and classifying all files from email, web, networks and data centers. Utilizing automated static analysis, ReversingLabs’ delivers extremely fast and secure in-depth analysis of unknown binaries from any platform, everything from office documents to executables to firmware. Suddenly, security teams can proactively identify threats hidden in unknown files, uncover polymorphic attacks through functional similarities, and recognize customized attacks targeting their organization.

For IQT the partnership is all about the identification of new or unknown malware. “ReversingLabs TitaniumCore decomposition technology provides advanced security solutions for our customers in the US Intelligence Community,” said Will Radosevich, Vice President of the Information and Communication Technologies practice at IQT. The technology is used by the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T) as well as other DOD and IC Organizations.

For JPMC the partnership is all about enabling security teams to be proactive and more effective. “Deep and comprehensive visibility helps companies better understand, monitor and defend their infrastructure," said Rick Smith, Head of Private Investments, JPMorgan Chase. “JPMorgan Chase is pleased to work with ReversingLabs on its threat hunting and object analysis capabilities, which can empower security teams with new perspectives on past, present and future threat activity.”

For your security team, ReversingLabs delivers scalable, automated static analysis of all content entering your enterprise which identifies and classifies good and bad files, including Ransomware, and provides in-depth file and malware context through file reverse engineering. This context supports real-time threat detection and enables proactive malware hunting. Add to these capabilities, ReversingLabs’ curated and private source of file intelligence and reputation data (now totaling 6 billion goodware and malware samples), and you have a truly global view of potential and existing threats facing your organization.