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Hopr Provides Comprehensive
Threat Protection

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Xtremely Tamper Resistant APIs (XTRA)
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AMTD that prevents insider and MITM attacks on workloads, APIs, and data within the Enterprise
Keberos for the Cloud (K4C)
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Turn public-facing workloads into microgateways with AMTD that prevents attacks on APIs and blocks untrusted traffic
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Credential theft and man-in-the middle (MITM) attacks are prevented.
Workload identity trust is verified at each session by Hopr.
Synchronous Ephemeral Encryption protects data in transit.
Malware is rejected at the sidecar before it reaches an endpoint.
Learn More About Internal Sidecarst
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Hopr operates as a trusted session broker between organizations.
Organizations sidecars are uniquely configured to isolate them from external access
Hopr must verify each organization's workloads are trusted before they cannot connect.
Trusted organizations exchange data over an end-to-end encrypted channel that is rebuilt at every session.
Learn More About Public-facing Sidecars

Comprehensive attack prevention for workloads, APIs, and data anywhere in the world

comprehensive protection of data in transit with end-to-end encryption everywhere
Whether inside your networks or within partner, supplier, or customer networks, only trusted workloads and APIs connect and data-in-transit is completely secured everywhere.

Valuable Benefits of Hopr's Sidecars

Secure East-West and North-South traffic with a zero trust
automated moving-target defense

Lower cyber risk with cloud native AMTD advantages
Hopr's cloud native AMTD sidecars combine verified identity trust with autonomous high frequency credential rotation to prevent attacks from inside and outside the network.
Lower total ownership costs
Compared to cloud IAM services solutions using PKI-based technologies and protocols, Hopr's sidecars provide "IAM in a Box" for lower total costs and improved portability.
100% malware delivery prevention
Malware hides in encrypted message traffic. Existing solutions remove encryption for inline inspection. But Hopr 'mark' trusted traffic to all untrusted traffic is rejected before it reaches the destination endpoint.
Low adoption cost
Hopr's cloud native AMTD does not require changes to apps or API code. And the skill level needed is lower than that needed for PKI-related solutions. Also, the sidecar deployment is less labor-intensive than PKI solutions.
Fast time-to-value
Time-to-value from Hopr's products is very fast. A customer can be onboarded, trained, implementing the product in about a week. Security benefits on deployment are immediate.
Today's public key infrastructure will fail when quantum computing arrives. And new threats are assured. Hopr's AMTD is quantum resistant and also resilient to unknowable future threats.
Improved workload portability
Once upon a time, container systems (e.g. Kubernetes) offered the promise of portability. But in practice they are often bound to cloud services. Hopr's products enhance portability by removing workload identity and secrets dependencies from external cloud services.
Gartner, Emerging Tech: Security — The Future of Cyber Is Automated Moving Target Defense, Lawrence Pingree, Carl Manion, et al.., 28 February 2023. GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
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Learn Why API Attacks Continue to Succeed

We compare five types of API security solutions against eighteen API threats in a typical cloud network topology. Many solutions leave gaps in a network security architecture and exposed data and endpoints to serious threats. But one combination of solutions outperforms the others.