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OPSWAT's Resources for Cyber Security
Last winter, OPSWAT CEO and Founder Benny Czarny spoke on the subject of data sanitization, or Content Disarm and Reconstruction, at San...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
Several UK-based vendors and experts recommend "sheep-dipping" removable storage devices – USB drives, hard drives, memory cards, etc. – in order to...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
Recently, I received an email that was blatantly attempting to get me to download a malicious email attachment. While this was far from being an advanced...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
Industry experts have projected that business email compromise (BEC) attacks will cost businesses over $9 billion in 2018. The FBI has long warned businesses...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
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...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
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...