What is the difference between anti-virus and virus immunity, and how does NoWare™ work?

Anti-virus software are is a reactive response to virus attacks, while NoWare™ is preemptive, preventative, and proactive inoculation method that "vaccinates" your devices.

First, it is important to understand that many in the cybersecurity industry are admitting that conventional anti-virus does not work. You can learn more information about the the efficacy of anti-virus software, here.

Anti-virus software, also known as anti-malware, is a computer software program used to prevent, detect, and remove malware. Anti-virus software was originally developed to detect and remove computer viruses, hence the name, however it is not working.

NoWare™ Virus Immunity is achieved by not waiting for the attack, but to be preemptive and avoid it.  The best way to fight a virus is to build up immunity against it.

Virus immunity is a process by which CrowdPoint inoculates your attack surface.

CrowdPoint delivers virus immunity by leveraging its artificially intelligent software solution that predicts and acts on cybersecurity threats to your networks and electronic devices. Unlike traditional anti-virus products that use rule-based methods and old virus signatures, NoWare™ uses the power of AI to detect and eliminate threats before they.