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OPSWAT's Resources for Cyber Security
Several UK-based vendors and experts recommend "sheep-dipping" removable storage devices – USB drives, hard drives, memory cards, etc. – in order to...
In September 2017, Wired reported that hackers had gained access to multiple electrical power facilities in the U.S. Conceivably, the hackers could have shut...
In one of the most ironic pieces of cyber security news in recent months, Taiwanese police inadvertently gave out USB drives containing malware as prizes for...
This year my colleagues and I were onsite for the first Nuclear Regulatory Commission cyber security program Milestone 8 inspections at the South Texas...
OPSWAT participated in NERC's Grid Security Conference (GridSecCon) in Saint Paul, Minnesota last week. The conference focuses on physical and cyber security...
In July, I gave a presentation on a new feature for MetaDefender Kiosk and Client: digital signing and verification. If you missed the webinar, titled "Why...
OPSWAT today announced the release of MetaDefender Client with Media Validation, which validates portable media that has previously been scanned with...
The annual Nuclear Information Technology Strategic Leadership (NITSL) Conference is hugely important for the nuclear industry. This year, the conference was...
OPSWAT today announced the release of the next generation of the successful MetaDefender Kiosk product, MetaDefender Kiosk 4.0.0, which includes an overhauled...
OPSWAT today announced the release of a major new MetaDefender Client feature: the ability to block access to USB drives until they have been scanned by...
The OPSWAT team went out to the Nuclear Energy Institute Cyber Security Implementation Workshop in Savannah, Georgia last week. The three-day conference was...
With the latest release of MetaDefender Kiosk (3.3.5), users now have more flexibility in the way they can use the functionality in MetaDefender Kiosk to copy...