MISbook 2300 utilises its underlying secure virtualisation platform to offer a standard Linux or Microsoft Windows partition
Malware-analysis applications company ValidEdge will launch a new malware-analysis system on a laptop computer, at Infosec, London to be held between 24-26 April.
The malware analysis system called ValidEdge MISbook 2300 will allow researchers and incident-response teams to analyse any new, unknown malware and identify its threat rating and classification, even when away from the network.
The ValidEdge MISbook 2300 is housed on a secure laptop and it utilises its secure virtualisation platform to offer a standard Linux or Microsoft Windows partition that behaves like a normal laptop.
Two other hidden secure partitions offer a management interface to submit and manage malware samples and access analysis results in one secure partition.
The second hidden secure partition runs live malware without compromising the rest of the laptop.