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OPSWAT's Resources for Cyber Security
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...
In early December 2017, OPSWAT announced that OpenDocument Text files are supported in MetaDefender for data sanitization (CDR). Data sanitization, or...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
OPSWAT CEO Benny Czarny speaks at Cyber Week in 2017 Cybertech is coming up in Tel Aviv, Israel. The cyber security conference takes place Monday, January...
Waqas Amir of HackRead reported on fake Android applications that infect devices with Monero-mining Coinhive earlier this week. Coinhive is a cryptocurrency...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
Despite an increased focus on cyber security in recent years, the number of data breaches continues to rise. As enterprises focus more (and spend more) on...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
In the mid-2000s, network access control (NAC) became the accepted solution for on-premises networks. NAC restricted access for devices that did not comply...
Protecting files, systems, and data against malware attacks requires ever more sophisticated anti-malware solutions as attacks increase in volume and...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
This year my colleagues and I were onsite for the first Nuclear Regulatory Commission cyber security program Milestone 8 inspections at the South Texas...