Against unknown threats.
Prevent cyberattacks, zero-day threats and malware from affecting your business
Outdated Cybersecurity Is Stalling Innovation
A technological revolution termed “The 4th Industrial Revolution” is underway. 111 billion lines of new software code are being produced each year.
This digital reliance introduces the potential for a massive number of unknown vulnerabilities that can be exploited in existing & future software. Enterprises are not properly equipped for this imminent threat.
Content Disarm & Reconstruction
CDR is an innovative approach to detectig unknown threats – also referred to as Zero Day attacks
CDR analyzes a file’s structure to identify ‘active’ content – or potential malware – hidden within legitimate components.
CDR disarms a file containing embedded malware by removing all active content from the file.
CDR reconstructs a file with only its legitimate components, eliminating all possible threats.
Best in Class Accuracy
Detects known, unknown and future threats by disarming all potentially malicious content.
Disarms Commonly Shared Files
Protects against threats masked in file types used in day-to-day activities.
Deliver clean files in their original format for streamlined workflow.
First In Class Features
Proprietary approach utilizes artificial intelligence & seamless integration with popular applications.
Protects Weakest Link
An evasion free technique that eliminates the need for humans to interact with potentially malicious files.
A complementary tool that works in parallel with existing cybersecurity solutions or as a stand-alone defense.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, the US agency in charge of regulating securities laws, stock market exchanges and investments, issued a report on Cybersecurity and Resiliency Observations.
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