OPSWAT is proud to announce that Gears clients are now available for AndroidTM and Linux operating systems! These new clients feature a streamlined registration process and IP reputation scanning options, and position Gears to provide enterprise-wide device visibility to organizations securing an increasingly mobile workforce. Read on for more information on the new clients, and a few other improvements we made along the way!
OPSWAT, a software company that provides solutions to secure and manage IT infrastructure, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent 9,021,163 entitled Determining Whether a Data Storage is Encrypted. Inventors are Benjamin Czarny (CEO, OPSWAT), Jianpeng Mo (Director of Software Engineering, OPSWAT), and Boris Dynin (Consultant, Movil, inc.).The patented technology is available today in OESIS Framework and will soon be available in Metadefender Endpoint Management.
RSA Conference 2015 is over and we enjoyed seeing many of our users visit us in San Francisco. The weather was great, the traffic was high, and the Giants swept the Dodgers. Overall it was a very successful conference and we got some great questions and ideas from the community. Check out our RSA wrap-up!
While the hubbub of RSAC was going on, our research and development team was hard at work releasing another update for Gears.
The US Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) recently reported that it received 245 incident reports from asset owners and industry partners in the fiscal year of 2014. Like the previous year, the largest number of these incidents occurred in the Energy sector with 79 incidents.
San Francisco, CA – OPSWAT released their quarterly antivirus market share report today, with an additional section featuring hard disk encryption software. The report announces leading antivirus vendors and products in North America and worldwide, as well as Windows operating system usage in North America and worldwide. The hard disk encryption section of the report also shows market share and usage information worldwide, expanding on the hard disk encryption report OPSWAT issued last September.