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The Dangers of Reactive Cybersecurity

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A cyber-attack occurs every 4 seconds

If your first line of defense against a file-based threat relies solely on reactive anti-virus and sandboxing, you're likely to have a major blindspot in your cybersecurity.

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Just 4 seconds. That’s how often a cyber-attack occurs.

Reactive anti-virus and sandboxing solutions can leave your business open and exposed.

Why? Because it can be days or even weeks before they are updated to protect your files and data against new malware and ransomware. Every second that protection gap remains open, you and your organisation remain vulnerable to the downtime and disruption ransomware can cause.

Read our report on how the blindspot caused by emerging malware is putting your organisation at risk and the steps you can take to eradicate that risk.

You're giving malware 30 days to cause an issue

Learn how a proactive approach to disarm and reconstruct potentially harmful files can occur in milliseconds not days.

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30 days. Are you happy to wait that long?

If you don’t have confidence that your files are free from malware and ransomware, your organisation is at real risk of disruption, downtime and damage. Not to mention the impact a 30-day wait to receive a ‘safe file’ has on productivity.

If you don’t want a 30-day wait to receive a ‘safe file’, come and see how a proactive approach through Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) can deliver sanitized, trusted files to a safe standard of “known good” in milliseconds.

Or for a 1-2-1 chat get in touch with one of our CDR experts.

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It takes 280 days on average to contain a data breach

That’s 40 weeks. Roughly 8 months. Discover how a reactive approach to file-regeneration can reduce this to milliseconds.

Read the CDR Hype Cycle Report

Looking for a new way to tackle and disarm malware, ransomware and weaponised content?

Look no further. At Glasswall we take a proactive approach to defeating these dangers. A leader in the field of Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), we regenerate every file and document to a safe standard of “known good’. Minimising downtime, optimising trust.

We are a leader in the field of Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), regenerating every file and document that comes in and out of your organisation to a safe standard of “known good” and a specification that you can trust.

As Gartner put it:

"while sandboxing and almost all other techniques depend on detection of behaviors, CDR protects against exploits and weaponised content that have not been seen before"

CDR Hype Cycle Report.

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We’re a file regeneration and analytics company, and a leader in the field of CDR – Content Disarm and Reconstruction.

We help our clients proactively tackle the threat of malware, ransomware and weaponised content so they can decrease risk, protect their people, and work with more confidence.

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Don't just take our word for it:

"In a world where new ransomware or malware appears every few seconds, IDX needed a solution that removed risky content and delivered sanitized, trusted files in milliseconds, minimizing downtime and disruption that is often caused by traditional anti-virus or sandboxing approaches.  Glasswall provided us with a proactive approach to these risks, ensuring we can trust every file sent or received – whether that was via email or shared in the cloud."

Andrew Swan, CEO, IDX Advisors

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