Zero Day Protection Suite™

Moruga’s Zero Day Protection Suite™ is a cybersecurity application bundle engineered to protect your endpoint devices from cyberthreats. Deploying these applications together creates the greatest barrier against known and unknown threats ensuring that both your data and network operations are safe and function with limited interruption. The Zero Day Protection Suite™ includes: 


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Antivirus applications are designed to detect and purge viruses and other types of malicious software from your computers, laptops, and mobile devices. Malicious software, known as malware, is designed to corrupt your devices and compromise your data. Traditional antivirus products use signature-based libraries of known threats designed to detect and purge those threats before damaging the local device and/or infecting other devices. 

The Antivirus application in the Zero Day Protection Suite™ is Bitdefender. Bitdefender is a global leader in cybersecurity and its Antivirus platform is consistently rated among the best Antivirus technologies in the industry. 

Behavioral Security


Behavioral Security is an artificial intelligence-based application. Behavioral Security tools learn the “normal” patterns of your systems and applications and block activity that deviates from those patterns. Malware, viruses, etc. are not “normal” behaviors, thus Behavioral Security tools prevent malicious code from executing. Behavioral Security functions like a firewall around each application by defining how the application (or file) is permitted to function.  

The Behavioral Security application in the Zero Day Protection Suite™ is ThreatLocker®. With a reputation as one of the best Behavioral Security tools available, ThreatLocker® enables you to dictate what is acceptable while blocking everything else. ThreatLocker® provides the following protection points: 

  • Zero Trust Security
    Zero Trust Security delivers a unified approach to protect users, devices, and infrastructure against the exploitation of zero-day vulnerabilities. 
  • Allowlisting
    Application Allowlisting prohibits any application from running that is not explicitly permitted. This means suspicious software such as Malware and Ransomware will be denied by default. 
  • Ringfencing™
    Ringfencing™ controls application permissions including how applications interact with one another. By limiting software functionality ThreatLocker® reduces the likelihood of a successful exploit and prevents the weaponization of legitimate tools such as PowerShell.  
  • Elevation Control
    Elevation Control enables users to run specific applications as a local administrator, even without local admin privileges. Elevation Control enables IT Administrators to dictate exactly what applications can run without giving local admin rights to each individual user.  
  • Storage Control
    Storage Control provides policy-driven control over storage devices, whether the storage device is a local folder, a network share, or external storage such as USB drives. ThreatLocker® Storage Control allows policies to be set which may be as simple as blocking USB drives or as complex as blocking access to your backup share, except when accessed by your backup application. 

Browser Security

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Browser Security protects endpoints devices against corruption by quarantining all URLs until they have been vetted and proven safe. When users click on a link Browser Security will analyze the domain to ensure the user is not directed to malicious software. Browser Security upscales any chromium-based browser into a secure browser. 

The Browser Security included in the Zero Day Protection Suite™ is ConcealBrowse from Conceal. In today’s global environment the internet is a ubiquitous part of everyday business operations. Around-the-clock internet use means that cyberthreats have become omnipresent. Simply clicking a link in an email can reveal information about your organization, and opening a file can be disastrous as it creates an ingress pathway to your network. ConcealBrowse is your frontline browser defense.

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

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Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), also known as Endpoint Detection and Threat Response (EDTR), is an endpoint security solution that continuously monitors end-user devices to detect and respond to cyberthreats like ransomware and malware. Unlike antivirus software that uses signature-based libraries to detect and remove threats, EDR products focus on collecting data from the endpoint and examining that data for malicious patterns in real-time. This artificial intelligence (AI) driven protection is also referred to as a Next Generation Antivirus and protects against threats unknown to traditional antivirus applications. 

The EDR solution included in the Zero Day Protection Suite™ is Singularity Complete by Sentinel One. Considered a pioneer in the EDR industry, Sentinel One is consistently rated among the top EDR solutions on the market. 

Security Awareness Training

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No cybersecurity solution is complete without comprehensive training. Security Awareness Training educates employees about the potential risks and cyberthreats to applications, networks, and devices. Security Awareness Training heightens each employee’s understanding of their own roles in cybersecurity by educating them on the potential consequences of even seemingly innocuous actions. 

The Zero Day Protection Suite™ includes Powered Cybersecurity Training from Stickley on Security (SoS). This SoS training curriculum is designed to address the challenges businesses face as they deploy and manage cybersecurity. You and your leadership team will be empowered to determine everything from quarterly employee education to monthly phishing campaigns designed to identify internal threat vectors. Automated reports will keep you informed of which employees are following your cybersecurity policies and who may need additional training.  

Security Policy and Documentation Templates

Creating and maintaining Security Policies and Documentation can be overwhelming and businesses often fail to prioritize this critical element of robust cybersecurity. As part of the Zero Day Protection Suite™, Moruga provides customers with templates to simplify this documentation. Moruga also includes up to 2 hours of additional consulting to ensure all documentation questions are addressed.  

Vulnerability Assessment

Vulnerability Assessments identify and classify vulnerabilities in network infrastructures, computer systems, and applications. A vulnerability is a security weakness that could expose the organization to cyberthreats. The Vulnerability Assessment utilizes a network security scanner to audit each device within your network environment. An annual internal and external vulnerability assessment will be completed for all customers using the Zero Day Protection Suite™.  A Vulnerability Assessment report will be provided detailing the results of the security audit. Recurring vulnerability scans and remediations (vulnerability management) are available upon request for an additional cost. 


Base price:
Month to Month – $15 per device
1 Year Commitment – $13.50 per device
3 Year Commitment – $12 per device

Price if M365 is migrated to Moruga
Month to Month – $14 per device
1 Year Commitment – $12 per device
3 Year Commitment – $10 per device
*Volume discounts can also apply