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Benny Czarny
CEO/Founder

Benny Czarny is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at OPSWAT. Benny has over 20 years of experience in the Computer and Network Security field. From the early days of computer viruses he was interested and involved in the fields of encryption, network operations, security vulnerabilities detection and research.

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OPSWAT Helps Film 5th Bourne Identity MoviePosted yesterday

This year, we received a unique opportunity to help with the filming of the fifth installment of the Bourne Identity series, starring Matt Damon as Jason Bourne, a spy who must face a perilous journey to remember exactly who he is. Along with our Marketing Events Manager, Isabelle Azadmanesh, I flew down to Las Vegas to be part of the filming, which featured the OPSWAT booth and Metadefender Kiosk at the on-set cyber security tradeshow, "Exocon," filmed at the ARIA Resort and Casino. While on set, our Metadefender Kiosk and live threat video (shown below), were showcased. The Threat Map video was created by Kele Todd, our Video Art Director, who was inspired by Metadefender.com's Threat Map. Matt Damon and Tommy Lee Jones were among the stars seen on set.

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Update on OPSWAT Partnerships with the Anti-malware Engine Vendor Community

OPSWAT’s success can be partly attributed to our strong relationships with anti-malware engine vendors that are built on a foundation of mutual benefit, trust, and fairness.

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Five Steps to Securing Data Workflows in Your Organization

Every organization has data flowing into and out of the organization. Along with any data comes the risk of malware. To protect against threats, most organizations implement anti-malware solutions at different entry points, such as email, web, and portable media. However instead of tackling each entry point as a separate anti-malware project, organizations should treat secure data workflow as a complete process that addresses data cyber security in the company as a whole. By combining the different elements into one process, organizations obtain a complete overview, decreasing the chance of overlooking things and allowing them to benefit from synergies and increase efficiency.

Top 3 Trends in Today’s Threat Landscape

Every day there seems to be a new malware threat that we hear about, from remotely controlling cars and medical equipment, to attacks on well-known security vendors such as Kaspersky Lab and Bitdefender. Each threat seems to be bigger and more destructive than the last. Among this never ending stream of publicized cyber threats and attacks, here are three trends to keep an eye on: 

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The Changing Face of IT Security

As the IT security landscape continues to grow and change, Benny Czarny, CEO and Founder of OPSWAT, shares his thoughts on the current state of the industry, and what he expects to see in the future. 

Ten Tips to Avoid Massive Data Breaches | Don’t be the next Anthem!

Several major breaches make the headlines each year, with notable recent breaches including Anthem, Sony and a Billion-dollar cyber heist discovered by Kaspersky. Companies like Wendy’s, VTech, and many others have also had records exposed in the millions. If you want to know how many data breaches have happened so far this year, you can check it out on the ITRC's website (The Identity Theft Resource Center). Year to year, we have seen these data breach trends increase, along with the costs of securing adequate cyber security solutions. How can organizations better protect themselves from future data outbreaks? Read our list of the top ten tips to learn how.

Many of our customers, from large enterprises to small business, are wondering what they need to do make sure they aren’t the next big data breach headline. The good news is that most breaches can be prevented by a common sense approach, coupled with some key IT security adjustments.