OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program Update for November 2020

In the month of November, 11 products were Gold-certified, and one failed the OACCP manual testing and automated test harness. None of the submitted products met the Platinum level requirements.

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Certified Product

Vendor Name

Platinum Anti-malware

No product qualified at this level

Gold Anti-malware

1

Check Point Endpoint Security 83.x for Windows

Check Point

2

Falcon 6.x for Mac

CrowdStrike

3

SentinelOne 4.4 for Windows

SentinelOne

4

Symantec Endpoint Protection 14.x for Mac

Symantec

5

Cisco Advanced Malware Protection for Endpoints 7.3 for Windows

Cisco

6

Sophos Home 3.x for Windows

Sophos

7

Check Point Endpoint Security 83.x for Windows

Check Point

8

Falcon 6.x for Windows

CrowdStrike

9

Norton Security Ultra 22.x for Windows

Symantec

10

Cisco Advanced Malware Protection for Endpoints 7.3.9 for Windows

Cisco

11

Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.5 for Windows

Kaspersky

Failed Certifications

One product failed to certify

The OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program is the de facto standard in the industry for verifying device compatibility and security effectiveness. Over 100 million enterprise devices using industry-leading access control solutions, including OPSWAT MetaAccess and OESIS Framework, rely on OPSWAT certification to establish device trust. The increased adoption of Work From Home (WFH) has posed a significant challenge to IT teams in identifying and isolating risky devices before they gain access to critical corporate digital assets. OACCP provides the device posture (security compliance) to IT teams to minimize and eliminate threats posed by risky devices.

Find out more about OPSWAT’s Access Control Certification Program, submit your application or learn more details about the certification process by sending an email at certification@opswat.com. For OEM inquiries, use the oem@opswat.com alias.

For more information, please contact one of our critical infrastructure cybersecurity experts.

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