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Bryan Vale

Bryan manages the OPSWAT blog, assists with the management of OPSWAT's web presence, and develops OPSWAT marketing collateral. He has over a half-decade of experience writing and editing content for tech companies. Bryan studied at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California.

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FormBook Is the Latest Example of Malware-as-a-Service

FormBook malware is targeting South Korea and the U.S. and spreads via malicious email attachments, including malicious PDF, Word, and archive files.

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Top 5 Ways to Keep Email Inboxes Secure

Email is the primary vector for targeted cyber attacks. If you have not taken steps to increase your organization's email security, it's time to start!

Massive Ransomware Attack Hits Critical Infrastructure Plants and Organizations Worldwide

Yet another large-scale ransomware attack broke out this week. Possibly a variant of Petya ransomware, the malware infected organizations around the world.

No Macros Needed: Zusy Malware Spreads Via Legitimate PowerPoint Feature

A new variant of Zusy spreads via PowerPoint presentations but does not use macros. Find out how data sanitization stops this document-borne malware.

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Unpatched Vulnerabilities in BYOD Environments Leave Organizations Exposed to Attacks

Vulnerabilities are a major cyber security concern, especially when employees are bringing personal devices into corporate environments or using IoT devices.

Beware of Email Attachments That Seem Harmless

Malware often enters networks through email attachments, including SVG and LNK files. Content Disarm and Reconstruction (data sanitization) can prevent this.

The Best Way to Stop Document-Borne Malware

Document-borne malware, often found in email attachments, is extremely dangerous. Content Disarm and Reconstruction is the best way to combat document malware.