The Department of Homeland Security recently performed an experiment to find out how difficult it would be to hack into company computers. And they found that it isn't very difficult at all, when you rely on human curiosity and trust to get you in. Several recent hacks are examples of these results: companies like RSA have suffered from attacks that exploited human error.
We have received several new submissions from G Data Software and have added these new versions to our queue for testing and certification:
Thanks to G Data for their continued partnership!
Congratulations to TrustPort, Kaspersky and Quick Heal on their new OPSWAT Certifications!
OPSWAT Certified Partner AVG has submitted AVG Internet Security 2012 for testing and certification. Their early submission of this product will allow OPSWAT to add support to the OESIS Framework so that when AVG users upgrade to the newest version they won't experience compatibility issues with OESIS powered network solutions.
Version 220.127.116.11 of the OESIS Framework has been released for Windows, Mac and Linux. This release includes new support for 23 products, as well as enhanced support for several products.
All newly supported products and products with enhanced support included in this latest version are listed below, organized by product category.
Antiphishing (V3 only)
We have received Beijing Rising's first submission for OPSWAT Certification. Welcome to OPSWAT's interoperability certification program! Rising Internet Security 2011 is now in our queue for testing and certification.
San Francisco, CA – June 23, 2011 – OPSWAT announced their new Classification SDK for Android applications today, which adds new capabilities to the industry standard OESIS® Framework. This release represents a significant step in OPSWAT’s mobile strategy by addressing the increasing challenge of software manageability associated with the rising number of mobile applications and users.
BitDefender joined the OPSWAT Certification Program by submitting two products, including a pre-release version, to ensure ongoing compatibility for their customers using OESIS powered solutions. We look forward to a great partnership with BitDefender as we work towards certification for their products!
PHOENIX, AZ., — June 21, 2011 — eEye Digital Security, a provider of IT security and unified vulnerability management solutions, today announced that it has signed a technology partnership agreement with OPSWAT, Inc., the industry leader in software management SDKs, interoperability certification and multiple-engine scanning solutions, to enable eEye customers greater visibility and flexibility in how they protect their IT environments.
OPSWAT announced today that Palo Alto Networks has integrated the OESIS Framework into its newly released GlobalProtect™ to implement simple and consistent policy compliance checks for all network connections.Together, OPSWAT and Palo Alto Networkshave extended the unique enterprise capabilities of Palo Alto Networks’ next-generation firewalls to secure users and data regardless of location and eliminate network traffic blind spots.