We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible resources. With the launch of our Online User Guide, Metadefender customers can now access all of our user guides in one place and can gain a deeper understanding of our products. Our Online User Guide also provides access to various resources including:
We just finished hosting another successful event, the OPSWAT Cyber Security Seminar, held at the Israeli Air Force House in Herzliya, Israel. Along with our Israeli partners, eBusiness Design and Bulwarx, we held a seminar to demonstrate the latest research in the cyber security industry and showcased newest products and features as well as integrated solutions.
Our relationships with our Metadefender Core and Metadefender Cloud engine providers are extremely important to us. In order to maintain a strong relationship, we wanted to emphasize that our multi-scanning technology has different licensing options for Non-Security Application Developers compared to IT Admins. There are no third-party licensing restrictions to use our 90 data sanitization engines, also known as Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), and Vulnerability Engine. Anti-malware engine availability differs in our multi-scanning packages depending on the intended use case:
During the past few months, we invested considerably in our cloud solution, Metadefender.com. We worked hard to deliver a highly scalable and reliable infrastructure, while at the same time respecting the requirements of our anti-malware partners to build an acceptable program for the industry.
We are receiving more and more inquiries for cloud integrations and are seeing end customers move more services to the cloud. As an example, there is alot of interest in Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) solutions, which act as a layer of security for enterprises adding cloud productivity solutions to their workflows. Even though the CASB market is viewed as the security layer, it’s only the broker. No decisions are made based on the sanity of the data. This is where OPSWAT and partner solutions such as CloudLock, a Cisco company, come into play (read more about OPSWAT/CloudLock integration).