OPSWAT protects critical infrastructure. Our goal is to eliminate malware and zero-day attacks. We believe that every file and every device pose a threat. Threats must be addressed at all locations at all times—at entry, at the exit, and at rest. Our products focus on threat prevention and process creation for secure data transfer and safe device access. The result is productive systems that minimize the risk of compromise. That’s why 98% of U.S. nuclear power facilities trust OPSWAT for cybersecurity and compliance.
Enterprises today are beset by cyber-attacks. Threat actors send attacks through any channel they can, and meanwhile, the cost of compromise is only going up.
To solve the challenges faced by modern enterprises and to shut off major attack vectors, we offer two product platforms: MetaDefender for threat prevention and for cloud access control and endpoint compliance. Our guiding principles: Trust No File. Trust No Device.
Enterprises are investing more resources than ever in cybersecurity – and yet there are more and larger breaches every year. Thousands of threat prevention solutions are on the market, but most of them share one crucial flaw: they are based on detection, but detection is never 100% perfect.
That's why our advanced threat prevention platform, MetaDefender, is not only based on detection.
MetaDefender uses OPSWAT's uniqueto remove threats from files altogether by reconstructing the files and, in the process, stripping out potentially malicious active content and scripts. MetaDefender complements deep content disarm and reconstruction with , , and .
The move by enterprises to cloud computing, SaaS applications, and bring your own device (BYOD) environments over the last decade has eliminated the traditional network perimeter, making most network access control (NAC) solutions obsolete.
To meet the challenges of modern cloud-based environments and provide administrators with an access control solution for the cloud, we built MetaAccess. MetaAccess keeps SaaS applications and cloud data safe and secure. It allows access based on device health and compliance to help administrators block risky devices from connecting to sensitive cloud data and SaaS applications.
NERC CIP Webinar
Are you prepared for new CIP regulatory requirements?
Utilities are seeking ways to improve compliance with regulatory requirements pertaining to the Mitigation of Malicious Code for Transient Cyber Assets and Removable Media. In addition to High and Medium Impact Bulk Electric System Cyber Systems that are currently in scope, new security management controls will go into effect for Low Impact Bulk Electric System Cyber Systems on January 1, 2020. Utility personnel and vendors extensively use transient cyber assets (laptops) and removable media to accomplish daily work including preventive maintenance and system repairs.
This webinar will provide an explanation of the NERC CIP requirements as well as the implications of manual and automated mitigation strategies. An introduction to a purpose-built tool to facilitate the mitigation of malware and identification of software vulnerabilities will be covered.
Attendees will learn: