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This month we hosted two Cyber Security Seminars in Seoul and Tokyo with our partners from NextIT and INSEC Security, released a free tool for scanning your endpoint for threats, certified 17 new security products, and much much more.
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OPSWAT's data sanitization technology works to protect organizations from macro-based threats (among others) by scanning incoming email attachments and sanitizing document files that may contain embedded threats.
We show how our data sanitization technology works to remove malicious macros with scan results from Metadefender.com
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In the first 3 months of 2016, ransomware attacks have increased tenfold compared to the total attacks in 2015, costing victims more than $200 million. Disturbingly, authorities state that this number only represents the number of known attacks. Our CEO, Benny Czarny, discusses how to prevent both known and unknown threats.
OPSWAT's CEO, Benny Czarny, presents on the benefits of multi-scanning and how organizations can receive protection from both known and unknown threats.
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Our latest Metadefender Endpoint Management release makes it easier for admins to detect new devices entering their network, and provides a way to stay on top of the new updates needed for the devices already in their network.
Detect all unknown devices by electing a managed windows endpoint to scan all subnets, and receive OS patch reports for each device with our latest update.
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CEO fraud is becoming increasingly popular. OPSWAT was targeted in a similar attack last year where the cyber criminal posed as a company executive via email and asked for a large wire transfer. Read about it here: http://bit.ly/1r0jypS

Every couple of weeks or so, Tom Kemp's company gets hit by ever-more-sophisticated attempts to trick them out of large sums of money
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How much malware is out there exactly and how can companies tackle it effectively?
OPSWAT's CEO, Benny Czarny, presents on the benefits of multi-scanning and how organizations can receive protection from both known and unknown threats.
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A huge thank you to our partner's from INSEC Security for a successful event in Seoul this month!
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2015 was filled with 365 days of headlines covering everything from the OPM breach, to Anonymous' latest shenanigans, to mobile vulnerabilities. The breadth and depth of these breaches were both alarming and eye-opening. How can companies make sure they are adequately prepared for new threats in 2016? 
Set yourself up for a secure and effective year in 2016 by avoiding vulnerable applications and following a few helpful, yet effective tips.
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When asked how much the FBI paid for the zero-day vulnerability that allowed the FBI to crack the password on the iPhone, Comey replied: “A lot. More than I will make in the remainder of this job, which is seven years and four months for sure.”
If correct, this would mean that taxpayers shelled out more than $1 million for a solution that reportedly produced nothing useful for the investigation.
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Document-based malware exploits are an incredibly common method for attack. Data sanitization is designed to remove embedded objects, exploits and zero-day attacks while preserving the usability of a file.
Part one in a series examining the strengths and weaknesses three data sanitization methods against malware targeting common software vulnerabilities.
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Security researchers have analyzed the code of Petya ransomware in order to devise a method to allow victims to restore encrypted files.
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Excited to be in Tokyo, Japan today for a Cyber Security Seminar with our partners from NextIT!
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