We prevent malicious files from entering your network

Glasswall Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) rebuilds files and documents into a safe, clean standard, free from the risks of malware.

Learn about CDR

We are pleased to confirm that our systems are currently unaffected by the global IT outage impacting various industries, relating to Crowdstrike software updates. We are closely monitoring the situation and will promptly update our customers if any issues arise.

Trusted by the world's most secure agencies

NATO logoAUKUS logoNational Security Agency logo USANCSC logoNIST (Nastional Institute of Standards and Technology) logo
Microsoft logoOracle logoCarahsoft logoBAE Systems logo

Glasswall CDR is a part of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's (OCI) approach to implementing a zero-trust protection principle.


What you can do with Glasswall CDR

Clean files to remove threats

Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) is an advanced, zero-trust cybersecurity technology designed to neutralize threats, such malware and ransomware, within files.
Try it out
Screenshot about Glasswall Halo's Reporting page

Gain insights through file analysis reports

View detailed reports for inspected files, including original risk level, what kinds of risky content they contained and what Glasswall did to make them safe.

Read more

greeb arrow
Screen shot about Glasswall CDR's Policy settings
screenshot about Glasswall Halo's policy managemenet page

Manage high-risk content with security policies

Gain complete control over which content types are processed and set security policies that match your organization’s risk appetite.

Read more

greeb arrow

Further capabilities of Glasswall

View all capabilities

Our CDR integrates anywhere files are moved or stored

Illustration about moving files
  • Cross Domain Solutions (CDS)
  • Hardsec
  • File upload portals
  • Cloud migration
View all use cases

Book a demo

Talk to us about our industry-leading CDR solutions

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
By clicking “Accept All Cookies”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyze site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts. View our Privacy Policy for more information.