Technology Partnerships

OPSWAT is proud to work with an innovative network of cyber security partners… with compelling solutions

Advenica & OPSWAT partner in the Data Diode space

March 18, 2019 by Hamid Karimi
OPSWAT and Advenica have partnered to bring the power of MetaDefender platform to Advenica’s File Security Screener. If application is the backbone of enterprise, content is its lifeblood. Protecting content in secure, isolated...

OPSWAT Certified Security Application Program Update

February 27, 2019 by Hamid Karimi
During the months of January and February, a total of 9 new products were certified. Two achieved gold level (McAfee and SecureDoc) and seven products were awarded silver status. For a complete list of OPSWAT certified McAfee products,...

Three New Partners Join OPSWAT's Certification Program

December 20, 2018 by Hamid Karimi
In October and November 2018, three new partners joined the OPSWAT Certified Security Applications Program: Microminder, SecuraShield, and VXPRO have joined a long list of independent software vendors whose applications are part of the...

Inquest: The Malware Magnifying Glass

November 28, 2018
OPSWAT and InQuest partnered to provide a joint solution that identifies malware using multiscanning technology and sanitizes the infected files. The combination of OPSWAT’s advanced threat prevention and InQuest’s high-speed...

29 security product certifications issued in Q3

September 28, 2018
It has been 11 years since we introduced the OPSWAT Certified Security Applications Program, and we are happy to announce that just in Q3 this year, OPSWAT has certified 29 applications. Application compatibility is important...

OPSWAT Partners With Carahsoft to Deliver Advanced Threat Prevention Solutions to the Public Sector

September 13, 2018
OPSWAT MetaDefender and MetaAccess Now Available on Carahsoft SEWP Contracts SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., September 13, 2018 OPSWAT®, a global provider of solutions that protect organizations from content-based threats, today announced a...

VMRay Guest Post: Fake Microsoft Word Invoice Hides Malware

August 10, 2017
As the VMRay Research Team has written previously, cybercriminals often rely on social engineering techniques to carry out their malicious activities. In large part, this is because Microsoft has been successful in hardening the Windows...

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