Instead of looking for malicious content, today’s advanced CDR (Content Disarm and Reconstruction) technologies treat all files as untrusted, validating, rebuilding and cleaning each one against their manufacturer’s ‘known-good’ specification.
Once again, Glasswall has successfully completed its Service Organisation Controls (SOC) 2 Type II certification, which for the first time, covers our entire Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) product range. This important achievement demonstrates our security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy controls as part of our proactive dedication to providing best-in-class protection from file-based threats.
The secure transfer of data across trust boundaries is vital for government agencies. Cross Domain Solutions (CDS) enable the exchange of information between isolated and external networks, but traditional detection-based antivirus and sandbox solutions fall short of protecting departments against new and existing file-based threats.
In its most recent in-depth report, the Anti-Phishing Working Group, which has produced reports of phishing activities and trends for nearly 20 years, said there were over 1.2 million recorded attacks in the third quarter of 2022.
The adoption of multi-cloud strategies is growing at a rapid pace across the public and private sectors. This approach allows organizations to use multiple cloud computing services within a heterogeneous architecture, providing them with flexibility, scale, and the ability to leverage the strengths of different cloud providers while avoiding vendor lock-in.
On International Women’s Day 2023, Glasswall is celebrating the achievements of our female employees. Among our most significant and successful equality programmes is our Women in Tech (WIT) committee, which was launched in June last year. Made up of women from across the organization, it meets every month to discuss how they can excel in their roles, ensure their voices are heard and make a leading contribution toward company goals.
Newly arrived as part of the Glasswall team in the US, Kelly Davis has joined us as our Senior DevOps Engineer, bringing valuable skills and experience to our growing and talented development organization.
Although the global economy is facing difficulties, cybersecurity spending will continue to grow this year. As the frequency and severity of cyber attacks increase, organizations in both the public and private sectors will prioritize security...
2023 is already proving to be tough for cybersecurity, with multiple major companies and organizations falling victim to data breaches and ransomware attacks. Despite the concerns these events continue to raise, however, it hasn’t all been one-way traffic in favour of the cybercriminals. Here’s what’s been happening.
Never far from the headlines, AI is front and center at the moment thanks to the huge impact being made by ChatGPT, which in its own words, is a “powerful AI-based language generation model.”
While this sounds simple, the range of potential ChatGPT applications is huge, from writing essays, code, poetry, movie scripts and even novels to offering ideas and insight into just about any conceivable subject on demand. It’s been touted as a major threat to Google and is attracting huge levels of investor interest. The list of possibilities is almost endless.
Organizations across the Managed Service Providers (MSP) ecosystem have become a target for cybercriminals in recent years due to their access to multiple networks and applications for various clients.
One of the biggest advantages of implementing Glasswall CDR is that it enables organizations to be proactive in preventing file-based security breaches.