Some Thoughts On New Research Concerning Content Disarm & Reconstruction (CDR)

Industry colleagues forwarded me a link to a recently published research report on Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR)  www.reportlinker.com/CDR.  I did not purchase or download the report, but I did briefly scan the table of contents and summary page.  Here are a couple of things that stood out:

  • The factors expected to drive growth in the CDR market by double digits, are the growing number of Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), ransomware, and zero-day attacks; and the increasing number of malware and file-based attacks.
  • Several of the vendors listed in the “Company Profiles” section of the table of contents have approached OPSWAT to license our CDR technology for their use on an OEM basis.
  • The summary makes no mention of a 2018 US government study of CDR solutions which rated OPSWAT as “best” of solutions tested. I encourage OPSWAT customers and prospects interested in seeing, under non-disclosure agreement, data from this study to contact us at https://www.opswat.com/contact referencing “USG study” in the comments field.

 Learn more about OPSWAT Data Sanitization (CDR) here.

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