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OPSWAT's Resources for Cyber Security
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
Derek Hutzler of OPSWAT attended the November 8th Cyber Security Summit in Boston, Massachusetts. The conference, which focuses on critical infrastructure...
If you haven't heard of Ursnif, you may soon. There is a new phishing attack that takes social engineering deception to a new level, and Ursnif is behind it...
The OPSWAT team will attend AWS re:Invent 2017 to present MetaDefender APIs (which are AWS-compatible and will soon be available in the AWS marketplace) and...
By the OPSWAT Data Sanitization Team Malicious Word Documents Without Macros Attackers have used macros in Microsoft Word documents for malware delivery for...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
View of one of the seminars We just hosted a highly successful event for the federal sector with InQuest and VAE. Our Cyber Security Summit,...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...
At Dreamforce this year, OPSWAT will look to show companies how they can put a cyber security moat around their SaaS applications...
OPSWAT's new corporate video was made with the help of Atomic D, the talented San Francisco-based creative agency. Whether we realize it or not, we are...
OPSWAT participated in NERC's Grid Security Conference (GridSecCon) in Saint Paul, Minnesota last week. The conference focuses on physical and cyber security...
The OPSWAT MetaDefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows...