OPSWAT Access Control certifications update for January 2021

In the month of January, there were 17 submissions and 10 certifications. Three products failed the OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program (OACCP) test criteria.

Awarded Certifications

#

Certified Product

Vendor Name

Platinum Anti-malware

1

F-Secure Server Protection Premium & Rapid Detection and Response 20.x for Windows

F-Secure

2

CHOMAR Internet Security 1.x for Windows

CHOMAR

3

ESET Endpoint Antivirus 8.x for Windows

ESET

4

ESET Endpoint Security 8.x for Windows

ESET

Gold Anti-malware

5

Symantec Endpoint Protection 14.x for Linux

Symantec

6

SentinelOne 4.6 for Windows

SentinelOne

7

SentinelOne 4.6 for Mac

SentinelOne

8

Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection 4.5 for Mac

Malwarebytes

9

Cortex XDR 7.2.2 for Mac

Palo Alto

10

AntivirusSniper 1.x for Mac

Sniper Guard

Failed Certifications

Three products failed to certify

The OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program is the most comprehensive method for verifying device compatibility and security effectiveness. The majority of access control solutions including 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 corporate digital assets. Without proper tools and procedures in place, VPN and other tunneling connections can be breached and data itself weaponized. Rather than blindly trusting endpoints, it is necessary for IT teams to verify that critical applications are free of vulnerabilities and remain up to date. OACCP provides the device security compliance framework 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 at certification@opswat.com and our team will get back to you with all the information. 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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