OPSWAT's Content Disarm & Reconstruction Report is a new report that demonstrates the benefits of OPSWAT's data sanitization (CDR) technology. This technology reconstructs complex file formats such as Word documents, PDFs, and images in order to remove malicious embedded scripts or macros.
OPSWAT partners with AV-TEST and AV-Comparatives as part of its enhanced Certified Security Applications Program. The new partnerships add to OPSWAT’s Certified Security Application Program’s compatibility tests to certify application’s detection quality, as well as OPSWAT’s tests for false positive responsiveness.
OPSWAT today announced that the US Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has selected its multi-scanning solution, Metascan, to be part of the Joint Regional Security Stack (JRSS), the new regional network security architecture subset of the Joint Information Environment (JIE). Deployed at the Department of Defense, U.S. Army and Air Force, OPSWAT’s multi-scanning technology will integrate  with InQuest’s network session inspection and analysis to increase malware detection rates and enhance the security infrastructure at numerous branches of the Department of Defense.
Research conducted by OPSWAT, provider of solutions to secure and manage IT infrastructure, found that over 80% of IT security professionals cite their biggest fear as infected or compromised devices accessing their data or assets. 42% were also concerned about devices not being encrypted when accessing their data or assets, and a further 35% that the devices had riskware or greyware installed.
The need to have all devices secure was echoed, with 68% of respondents saying that the security of devices or endpoints accessing their networks and resources was more important to them than the security of data entering their organization.
OPSWAT’s new Metascan Hash Database for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and IT Administrators provides high malware detection rates, fast throughput and low latency
OPSWAT, provider of solutions to secure and manage IT infrastructure, today announced the release of their new Metascan Hash Database, a fast growing collection of millions of scan results from 40+ antivirus engines. Delivered on-premises and updated daily, the Metascan Hash Database enables ISVs and enterprises to integrate fast anti-malware multi-scanning technology into their applications and networks without requiring files to be sent outside of the network, offering improved detection rates, fast throughput and low latency.
OPSWAT today announced the release of their quarterly market share report, which shows the top 12 anti-malware vendors by market share as well as various other user behavior statistics collected from their device security and compliance tool, OPSWAT Gears.
Out of the 59 anti-malware vendors analyzed for their November 2015 report, the top three by market share are Microsoft, Avast and Malwarebytes. To see all of the top vendors and their corresponding market share, please view the full report.