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“Don’t Surf, Don’t Click!” The Better Way to Access Websites and Download Files

Now, more than ever, you have to trust your workforce. To support remote teams, organizations are making greater use of web-based applications, systems, and content portals. But trust alone isn’t enough to keep employees—and the organization—safe. Webpages carry risk of malware delivered through browser exploits, and can flip from good to bad in an instant....
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Secure File Gateway vs Secure Email Gateway

Secure File Gateway vs Secure Email Gateway
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Ryuk Ransomware & Government Agencies

Cyber extortion has become an attack of choice for hackers. It is estimated that attacks cost the US more than $7.5 billion in 2019 and malware attacks is expected to increase. As of now, U.S. law generally does not prohibit paying a ransom, but this may change in the future. First discovered in mid-August 2018,...
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What is Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR)? Everything You Need to Know

Content Disarm and Reconstruction, Content Disarm and Reconstruct, and CDR are all terms used for a technology that can eliminate all file-borne threats. In this article, we provide an overview of what CDR is, how it’s used, the history and evolution of the technology, its pros and cons, and how a new technology—Positive Selection technology—takes...
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Votiro Secure File Gateway for Web Downloads Datasheet

Do you know what your employees are downloading? Whenever employees download a file, they open your business up to attack. Threats often hide inside innocent-looking files, making them incredibly hard to spot, no matter how much training employees may do. And because today’s detection-based tools aren’t designed to catch every threat, we’re rolling the dice...
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APAC Webinar: Why Ransomware Still Works & Prevention – Not Detection – is Best

The first ransomware attack occurred in 1989. In 2020, more than 30 years later, why is ransomware still such a common issue? Despite adopting various technologies and security solutions, attacks are still taking place—and they are getting more severe. In fact, the average ransomware payment has increased 104% in Q4 of 2019 and business interruption...
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Votiro & Symantec Webinar: “Don’t Surf, Don’t Click!” The Better Way to Access Websites and Download Files

DECEMBER 16, 11:00AM EST Now, more than ever, you have to trust your workforce. To support remote teams, organizations are making greater use of web-based applications, systems, and content portals. But trust alone isn’t enough to keep employees—and the organization—safe. Webpages carry risk of malware delivered through browser exploits, and can flip from good to...
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How Votiro Prevented an Attack on ALYN Woldenberg Family Hospital

ALYN Woldenberg Family Hospital (ALYN Hospital) is a Jerusalem-based rehabilitation center for physically challenged and disabled children, adolescents and young adults. ALYN’s holistic approach, incorporating the treatment of physical symptoms, as well as taking into account the emotional and communal needs of the children and their families, has proven itself throughout the eight decades since...
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The Biggest Cyber Threat to Healthcare Insurance Companies in 2021

Every incoming file is a risk for health insurance companies. From a benefit claim sent from a hospital to an approval application uploaded from a patient all the way to a report sent from the CEO’s home computer – there is essentially no such thing as a safe file. Because health insurance companies must remain...
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How Hachshara Insurance Eliminated File-Based Malware and Data Vulnerabilities

Handling as many as 300,000 incoming files each month, Hachshara receives claims forms, identification documents, and other mixed media from clients on a daily basis. With customer-facing services enabling incoming files via email and website upload, the risk of zero-day and other file-borne attacks presented a real challenge. Having no designated protection against file-borne threats,...