Congratulations to our partners on the following new OPSWAT Certifications, and welcome to Brigade, our newest Certified Partner!
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Total Defense, Inc., the leading provider of solutions to combat the growing threat of cybercrime, today announced that its security products have made significant strides in market share according to a recent North American antivirus software report issued by OPSWAT. According to the report, Total Defense was the fastest growing paid AntiVirus solution in North America, quadrupling its market share in just six months, outpacing the share of many of its competitors including McAfee, Trend Micro and Kaspersky.
OPSWAT released their quarterly antivirus market share report today, with an additional section featuring instant messenger applications. The report compares the most popular antivirus vendors and products in North America and worldwide, as well as Windows operating system usage in North America and worldwide. Both of these sections also feature a comparison to the previous six-month period. The instant messaging section of the report shows the market share of IM applications worldwide.
With the release of Metascan version 3.6, new pre-built packages of Metascan are now available with 4, 8, 12, and 16 embedded antivirus engines. These packages make it possible for customers to experience the powerful scanning of many antivirus engines without needing custom configurations. Using the standard Metascan installation process, organizations can integrate up to 16 engines from around the world to get dramatically increased zero-hour detection capabilities. OPSWAT's Professional Services team can also extend these packages with additional engines to increase Metascan to 20+ engines.
OPSWAT, a San Francisco based security software company, is helping San Francisco State University (SFSU) contribute to the development of OpenMRS, a customizable open source medical records system. As part of an internship program with the computer science department at SFSU, OPSWAT hires students to work at their SOMA office and makes donations to the university and the CS department. OPSWAT makes additional donations to the computer science department’s involvement in OpenMRS to help students participate in coding an open source medical record platform that helps developing countries.
Lots of new OPSWAT Certifications were awarded today to our partners! Check out the list below to find out which new products are now certified compatible with leading SSL VPN and NAC solutions, including the first certifications for our newest Certified Partner, Xacti. Learn more about OPSWAT Certification by watching our videos.
News about the upcoming release of Windows 8 is all over the web, and OPSWAT is busy getting ready for the release later this year. We’ve already investigated the Windows 8 Consumer Preview released by Microsoft, and have started investigating the recently available Release Preview as well.
OPSWAT today announced the introduction of support for Windows 8 in the OESIS Framework, the industry standard for detecting and managing endpoint software applications. OESIS Framework, which is currently integrated into solutions from Cisco, Juniper, Citrix, F5 and many others, includes support for thousands of software applications compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux and Android operating systems, and will also support applications for Windows 8 as they become available.
We created another OPSWAT Certification video to help system administrators understand the benefits of choosing OPSWAT Certified applications for their employees, guests and remote workers.
Watch the video to learn how users can more easily pass access policies when their security applications are OPSWAT Certified!