WRITTEN AND EDITED BY TAG CYBER’S SENIOR ANALYSTS
Dive into the world of Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) with this comprehensive guide. Here, we’ll unravel the fundamental concept of CDR and its pivotal role in safeguarding transmitted files. We’ll uncover the lurking threats in today’s browsers, shed light on the vulnerabilities of files such as SVG and XML, and touch upon the challenges in email file security and the limitations of contemporary email security platforms.
We’ll also delve into automated document processing, emphasizing its significance and potential pitfalls, especially when intertwined with third-party interactions. To wrap things up, we’ll offer a strategic roadmap for enterprises, showing them how to implement a CDR solution to achieve the best return on investment.
Articles compiled within this guide:
- CDR – WHAT IT IS AND WHY IT SHOULD BE IN YOUR TOOLBOX
- This chapter provides a bird’s-eye view of content disarm and reconstruction (CDR), illustrating the contrasts between the known-good and known-bad methodologies.
- A MODERN APPROACH TO BROWSER PROTECTION
- Even in remote access/VDI/zero-trust solutions, downloaded files from the internet can still be malicious, making third- party integration to CDR platform critical.
- ADDING FILE SECURITY TO YOUR EMAIL PLATFORM
- As more organizations move towards SaaS-based collaboration platforms, the risk of introducing malware-laced files into the collaboration channel rapidly increases. No longer can security teams rely on inline devices, passive scans, or other legacy alternative solutions to protect enterprise communications.
- DESIGNED TO BE BREACHED – AUTOMATED DOCUMENT CONSUMPTION
- The use of automated document consumption and data extraction processes presents the opportunity for greater business efficiency, lower cost of process ownership, positive customer experience, and, wait for it…risk of cyber exploitation and material business impact.
- AN ENTERPRISE ACTION PLAN FOR CDR
- In this chapter, we’ll outline how organizations can develop an enterprise action plan on how to leverage CDR technology to analyze and protect that information so it can continue to drive business success.