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Absolute expands its Application Resilience ecosystem

Endpoint security firm Absolute Software has revealed an expansion of its Absolute Application Resilience suite.

user icon David Hollingworth
Thu, 31 Aug 2023
Absolute expands its Application Resilience ecosystem
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The company’s firmware-based Persistence technology now supports over 80 businesses and security applications. The tools added to Absolute’s ecosystem include ActivTrak Agent, HP TechPulse, Dell SupportAssist, Symantec Management Agent, and Syxsense Responder.

Absolute has seen a 79 per cent increase in customers using Application Resilience to both monitor critical systems and either repair or reinstall them as needed.

Our mission is to empower our customers to strengthen cyber resiliency by making security work,” said John Herrema, EVP of product and strategy at Absolute.


And because of our unique firmware-embedded position and self-healing capabilities, we are uniquely qualified to do that. By continuously expanding our Application Resilience ecosystem, we are enabling organisations to fortify more of their security and business tools to ensure they stay healthy and working effectively.”

Herrema also believes the recent release of the White House National Cyber Security Strategy has highlighted the need for organisations to boost their security controls and for software vendors “that are best positioned to reduce risk” to take responsibility for their products.

We believe that shared accountability is key to closing the resiliency gap,” Herrema said in a statement.

“Our data consistently shows that even the most advanced applications are impacted by things like decay, unintentional tampering, or malicious actions. Both enterprises and software providers need to recognise the massive amount of complexity affecting applications, and the device and networking environments they rely upon for their successful deployment and ongoing operations – and take the right steps to ensure the resilience of those applications and insulate them from that complexity.”

David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth has been writing about technology for over 20 years, and has worked for a range of print and online titles in his career. He is enjoying getting to grips with cyber security, especially when it lets him talk about Lego.

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