OPSWAT is a global cyber security company that has provided security solutions for enterprises since 2002. Trusted by over 1,000 organizations worldwide, OPSWAT prevents data breaches and malware infections by eliminating security risks from data and devices coming into an organization. MetaDefender by OPSWAT is a powerful advanced threat detection and prevention platform, offering data sanitization (CDR), vulnerability assessment, multi-scanning, heuristics, big data, and additional threat protection technologies for a solution that is not solely based on detection. MetaAccess by OPSWAT is a cloud-based access control solution that helps enforce endpoint compliance and prevents contamination of cloud applications by blocking potentially compromised or noncompliant devices from accessing SaaS applications.
With OPSWAT Specialists Dylan Higgs & Michael Hylton
Interested in learning more about OPSWAT’s results-proven solutions that prevent threats and attacks to your agency’s data and devices?
Join OPSWAT Specialists Dylan Higgs and Michael Hylton for a quick, bi-weekly demo to get all your cybersecurity questions answered. Demos topics that will be covered:
MetaDefender: a platform for preventing and detecting cybersecurity threats on multiple data channels
MetaAccess: scans and confirms that devices comply with security policies before allowing access to the cloud applications
Kiosks: a checkpoint for detecting and stopping security threats before they enter an isolated network; three models available
New Solutions: a variety of different tools and solutions available to you by OPSWAT
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to Dylan Higgs at email@example.com.
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: