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|Webinar: Deploying Metadefender Kiosk to Meet NERC CIP Requirements for Removable Media and Transient Cyber Assets|
Recommendations from OPSWAT on the best way to make the most of the functionality available in Metadefender Kiosk to meet NERC CIP requirements (010-2 R4) for handling removable media and transient cyber assets. This includes discussion on the pros and cons of different deployment options available when deploying Metadefender Kiosk.
|Webinar: Migrating Metadefender Kiosk Deployments from Metadefender Core v3.x to v4.x|
Tony Berning, Senior Product Manager at OPSWAT, explains the benefits of migrating your Metadefender Kiosk deployment from Metadefender Core v3.x to v4.x, as well as the steps required to do the migration. Watch this webinar to learn more about the available resources from OPSWAT that will help with the migration.
|Webinar: Recommended Deployment Option|
Tony Berning, Senior Product Manager covers recommendations from OPSWAT on the best way to make the most of the functionality available in Metadefender Kiosk and how it can be deployed to protect secure networks from threats. This will include discussion on the pros and cons of different deployment options available when deploying Metadefender Kiosk. Part 2 of 2 in a series
|Webinar: Securing Data Transfer to Critical Networks|
Tony Berning, Senior Product Manager covers an overview of the Metadefender Kiosk product and how you can define a process for bringing data and devices into your secure networks while reducing the likelihood of introducing threats or vulnerabilities.
|Webinar: Secure Data Flow Solution for High Security Networks|
OPSWAT and Arbit Security discuss their combined solution that enables secure and threat-free one-way data flow between low security and high security networks for Industrial Control Systems (ICS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) networks, and Government and Military classified networks.