OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program Update for October 2020

In the month of October, ten products were certified, and two failed the OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program (OACCP) manual testing and automated test harness.

Awarded Certifications

#Certified ProductVendor Name
Gold Anti-malware
1SentinelOne 4.3 for LinuxSentinelOne
2Max Secure Total Security 19.x for WindowsMax Secure Software
3Avast Business Antivirus 14.x for MacAvast
4Security Manager AV Defender 6.x for WindowsSolarWinds
5Advanced Malware Protection for Endpoints 7.x for WindowsCisco
6Endgame Sensor 3.x for MacEndgame
7SentinelOne 4.3 for WindowsSentinelOne
8Symantec Endpoint Protection for WindowsSymantec
9Check Point Endpoint Security 83.x for MacCheck Point
10AhnLab V3 Endpoint Security 9.x for WindowsAhnLab
Gold Encryption
11Check Point Endpoint Security 83.x for MacCheck Point
Failed Certifications
Two products failed to certify

The OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program is the most comprehensive method for verifying device compatibility and security effectiveness to achieve device trust. The majority of access control solutions, including MetaAccess and the OESIS Framework, rely on OPSWAT certification to establish and verify device compliance. 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 corporate digital assets. OACCP provides a device security compliance framework to IT teams to minimize remote access threats.

Find out more about OPSWAT’s improved Access Control Certification Program, as well as the compatibility and security effectiveness criteria.

Submit your application or learn more details about the certification process by sending an email to certification@opswat.com and our team will get back to you with all the information.

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

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