Protecting companies’ network, data and assets from file-based threats using NextGen technologies
Cybercrime is the greatest threat to every company in the world regardless if it’s small, medium or large enterprise. According to Gartner, worldwide spending on information security products and services exceeded $114 billion in 2018 and expected to reach $124 billion in 2019 and to $170.4 billion in 2022.
As companies continue investing resources in security products and services in order to protect their networks, data and assets, hackers develop new ways to bypass those security systems.
When it comes to cyber threats, one of the major attack vectors is hidden malware in a file bypassing the organization’s security systems; once the file is opened the malware is executed.
Unfortunately, even enterprises who heavily invest in multiple security systems are still vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
Thousands of new malwares created by motivated hackers daily. These hackers find creative ways to spread their malware and access organizations’ networks. The following malware types are the most commonly used.
odix’s technology prevents malware infiltration of organizational networks by disarming malicious code from a wide range of file types. The odix process is done on the fly and does not affect business continuity.
The odix patented technology, based on CDR (Content Disarm and Reconstruction) is wrapped into 2 product suites; on-premises and cloud, enabling companies to sanitize files from various channels and sources such as email, portable media, web-downloads, files in transit, FTP and more.