CDR Industry

Managed Security Service Providers

Zero-trust file protection for managed security service providers and their clients

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Glasswall CDR is the most secure way to protect your clients

Glasswall CDR (Content Disarm and Reconstruction) provides zero-day threat protection that antivirus solutions can’t keep up with. Glasswall proactively rebuilds every file to a safe and compliant standard – automatically removing potential threats.

Our patented process is trusted globally by intelligence agencies, leading cloud service providers, financial services and more. By adding Glasswall CDR to your service offering your customers have access to a best-in-class file security solution that can meet NSA's Raise the Bar guidelines for file security.
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Serve more customers with no additional headcount

Security teams can embed our cloud-native CDR engine across their infrastructure, utilizing either an out-of-the-box CDR solution, Glasswall Halo, which comes ready to implement with its own UI and reporting dashboards.

Alternatively, for organizations that want to build Glasswall CDR into their existing systems, our embedded SDK enables teams to implement zero-trust file protection into their software applications and network deployments. This allows organizations to serve more customers with no additional headcount.
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Deploy CDR anywhere documents
are in motion or at rest.

Our CDR technology can be simply, and quickly deployed anywhere documents are in motion or at rest, bolstering security and reducing the reliance on detection-based practices for uploads portals, firewalls, cloud migrations and more.

Glasswall’s Kubernetes-based architecture provides unrivalled file protection capabilities on-demand and at scale, ensuring you can meet your clients’ file security requirements.
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CDR is an important layer in any organization’s defense and content protection strategies… We expect CDR will ultimately be considered a best practice.”

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Use cases


Secure file uploads against file-based threats

There is no longer the need for MSSPs to rely on detection-based solutions to provide protection against malicious content uploaded to their internal networks, via websites or upload portals.

Glasswall CDR can be implemented at various points within the upload process – ensuring that all files uploaded to an organizations network are secured by our unrivalled zero-trust file protection capabilities.
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Prevent leakage of sensitive information

Glasswall CDR boasts patented capabilities such as Word Search, Redact and Metadata removal that aid MSSPs and their customers across the globe in complying with data protection legislation and other industry guidelines. These include, but are not limited to:






Glasswall’s policy management tools give security teams complete control over what information is removed from files and documents.
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Supercharge your firewall protection

Next generation firewalls are effective in protecting against most attack vectors, but there is a protection gap. File-based threats such as malware and ransomware can go undetected when the security filter is not aware of the structure of the document.
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Secure cloud migrations

Glasswall CDR can be used to process files, at scale, as they migrate from one cloud to the other, or from an on-premises location to a cloud destination. Our solutions' Kubernetes architecture can spin up clusters to scale instantly, and infinitely – giving organizations the power to only migrate healthy files.
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