Firmware in servers, laptops, and networking equipment is the unguarded attack surface of the enterprise. Once compromised, this blind spot allows attackers to subvert traditional security controls, persist undetected indefinitely, or even disable devices completely.

Eclypsium introduces a new layer of security that defends the enterprise from its computing foundation up. Built on an unparalleled set of industry experience and research, Eclypsium empowers organizations to see and proactively manage risks in their most critical devices, and to stop active threats from device-level implants and backdoors.

Gain Visibility Into Your Devices and Their Components

Actively Manage Your Firmware Vulnerabilities and Risk

Defend Against Firmware Threats and Damage

Protect Devices from Tampering



Firmware Security Today

Security With Eclypsium

Hard to Manage: Teams must deal with new vulnerabilities (e.g. Spectre), rare firmware updates, many device configurations and slow manual updates.

Security With Eclypsium

Find and Manage Firmware Weaknesses: Eclypsium discovers vulnerabilities in over 90% of real-world systems we scan. We find where you are weak and help close the gap.



Firmware Security Today

Security With Eclypsium

Unprotected by Traditional Security: Firmware threats can change protections, remain invisible from security, and survive reimaging.

Security With Eclypsium

Find Threats That Traditional Security Can’t: Eclypsium finds the threats that live below the operating system that are invisible to other security tools.



Firmware Security Today

Security With Eclypsium

Actively Under Attack: Key target of advanced actors as well as large-scale opportunistic campaigns.

Security With Eclypsium

Industry-Leading Research: Our prolific and experienced research team keeps you ahead of the curve by finding new vulnerabilities and threats.

The Eclypsium team and solution is driven by research into vulnerabilities and threats that target the foundation of all infrastructure. Our team includes researchers who continue to publish in this area, and we are active in the security research community.