Deep CDR brought to you by OPSWAT and F5

Author: Laura Arciniegas

Deep Content Disarm and Reconstruction can be considered a proactive security tool that will allow you to accept productivity files while eliminating the risk of hidden malicious content.

Learn about the latest Deep Content Disarm and Reconstruction (Deep CDR) capabilities with Laura Arciniegas, BDM at OPSWAT, and follow along with John Wagnon, Senior Solution Developer at F5 Networks, on how to implement Deep CDR onto your existing F5 network appliance. Address both zero-day attacks and unknown vulnerability threats in file uploads by implementing an F5 and OPSWAT joint solution. This seamless integration takes minutes to set up and helps secure your organization against threats that could bypass traditional AV engines and sandboxes.

This video will go over:

  • The need for threat prevention in web application uploads
  • How Deep CDR can mitigate the risk of zero-day attacks and unknown vulnerability threats
  • The benefits and results of adding Deep CDR to existing F5 network appliances

Deep CDR is an advanced threat prevention technology that does not rely on detection. Instead, it assumes all files are malicious and sanitizes and rebuilds each file ensuring full usability with safe content. The technology is highly effective for preventing known and unknown threats, including zero-day targeted attacks and threats that are equipped with malware evasion technology such as Fully Undetectable malware, VMware detection, obfuscation and many others.

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