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INCA and OPSWAT Join Forces to Protect Customers from Malware

OPSWAT CTO Taeil Goh joined INCA Internet Corporation (Korean: 잉카인터넷) recently at the launch event for INCA’s new TACHYON line of cyber security products. Taeil presented an overview of OPSWAT data sanitization (CDR) technology, which INCA has incorporated into its TACHYON product as a key feature. 

A tachyon is a particle that moves faster than the speed of light. INCA Internet’s TACHYON solution detects and removes malware at previously unheard of speeds, allowing organizations and individuals to use servers, PCs, and other devices, safely and securely. 



OPSWAT CTO Taeil Goh with INCA CTO James Jung and CEO Young-Heum Joo

“We’re very happy to expand our long-running partnership with INCA by offering OPSWAT’s data sanitization technology as part of INCA’s TACHYON product line,” said Taeil. “OPSWAT has also been provided with INCA’s TACHYON anti-malware engine, which benefits many OPSWAT customers.”

About INCA Internet INCA Internet is South Korea’s number-one provider of information security solutions for public sector organizations, financial institutions, and gaming companies, offering solutions for home and business applications. INCA is also expanding steadily into global markets, including Japan, China, and the U.S., and will continue to grow as a diversified cyber security solutions provider.

About OPSWAT  OPSWAT is a global provider of cyber security solutions. Since 2002, OPSWAT has been helping enterprises identify, detect, and remediate advanced security threats from data and network-connected devices. Trusted by more than 1,000 organizations worldwide, OPSWAT’s MetaDefender solutions and API-based development and threat intelligence platform solutions prevent advanced security threats across multiple channels. With over 40 anti-malware engines, more than 100 data sanitization file types, and over 25 technology integration partners, OPSWAT is a leader in data sanitization (content disarm and reconstruction), vulnerability detection, multi-scanning, device compliance, and cloud access control.