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Portable (USB) media security and NERC CIP 003-7 compliance

Industrial systems are under continuous threats- according to a recent study, Half of industrial control system networks have faced cyberattacks in the past year, and removable media  (portable media) is identified as the second most common threats to these networks. The cyber threats emanating from USB devices are well documented with researchers from the Ben-Gurion

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Caution: Can you trust external senders?

In recent years, email has been increasingly used by hackers to initiate cyber-attacks. Email Attachments, unsecure links or phishing attacks provide hackers easy access to organizations. According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigation report (DBIR), nearly 50%* of APTs that have caused significant damage to organizations have come through emails.  And this trend is increasing

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GateScanner CDR Mail – Password Protected Attachments

In this video we’ll discuss a how GateScanner Mail CDR processes password protected attachments. Adding a password to files encrypts them, creating a challenge to scanning and detection technologies and opening a route of attack. GateScanner Mail CDR solves this with a unique capability for the user to securely provide the password for the file.

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DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) vulnerability exposed

June 11th ’19.  The US ICS CERT has alerted to a vulnerability exposed in the DICOM protocol for medical imaging files. The CVE-2019-11687 exploit demonstrates the ability for an attacker to embed malicious code into image files used by medical imaging devices. The Sasa Software GateScanner DICOM Protector is the only solution enabling prevention of DICOM based attacks.

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Portable (USB) media security and NERC CIP 003-7 compliance

Industrial systems are under continuous threats- according to a recent study, Half of industrial control system networks have faced cyberattacks in the past year, and removable media  (portable media) is identified as the second most common threats to these networks. The cyber threats emanating from USB devices are well documented with researchers from the Ben-Gurion

Read More »

Caution: Can you trust external senders?

In recent years, email has been increasingly used by hackers to initiate cyber-attacks. Email Attachments, unsecure links or phishing attacks provide hackers easy access to organizations. According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigation report (DBIR), nearly 50%* of APTs that have caused significant damage to organizations have come through emails.  And this trend is increasing

Read More »

GateScanner CDR Mail – Password Protected Attachments

In this video we’ll discuss a how GateScanner Mail CDR processes password protected attachments. Adding a password to files encrypts them, creating a challenge to scanning and detection technologies and opening a route of attack. GateScanner Mail CDR solves this with a unique capability for the user to securely provide the password for the file.

Read More »

DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) vulnerability exposed

June 11th ’19.  The US ICS CERT has alerted to a vulnerability exposed in the DICOM protocol for medical imaging files. The CVE-2019-11687 exploit demonstrates the ability for an attacker to embed malicious code into image files used by medical imaging devices. The Sasa Software GateScanner DICOM Protector is the only solution enabling prevention of DICOM based attacks.

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