To sheep dip your USB devices means to scan them for malware before introducing them into a secure network. USB sheep-dipping is important for secure environments.
Not all critical infrastructure facilities are equipped to stop cyber criminals, who often try to exploit security gaps in the file transfer process.
Taiwanese police accidentally gave out USB drives containing malware as prizes for a security quiz, but the problem of infected USBs extends much further.
My colleagues and I were onsite for the first NRC Milestone 8 inspections. We took away some key observations relating to deployments of Metadefender Kiosk.
A few data breaches stand out from the rest as some of the worst data breaches in history. Find out which 11 data breaches have had the most impact.
OPSWAT released a new version of Metadefender Client that includes media validation, which allows it to be deployed with Metadefender Kiosk as part of a comprehensive solution to handle portable media in secure environments.
The annual NITSL Conference was held July 17-20 in San Francisco, California. Afterwards we hosted a workshop for our Metadefender Kiosk customers.
OPSWAT released Metadefender Kiosk 4.0.0 to provide customers with an updated customizable user interface that includes multi-language support.
OPSWAT announced the release of a new Metadefender Client feature that protects endpoints by blocking USB drives until they've been scanned by Metadefender.
At the recent NEI Cyber Security Implementation Workshop in Savannah, Georgia, the OPSWAT team demonstrated how Metadefender helps protect nuclear facilities.