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The Trap of a Seemingly ‘Innocent’ File

Files are not just simply files. There are several layers and derivatives that make up an innocent ‘file’. Do you have any idea how many? Each and every file is considered a container of malicious content. Files can be hidden inside macro’s, zip – sometimes even up to 10-12 derivatives within the original file. A…

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Next Layer Protection Against Known and Unknown Cyber Threats

THE CHALLENGE: Although enterprises spend millions of dollars on cyber security, the attacks, which are constantly updated, will easily bypass firewall, Sandbox, Mail Relay / Mail Gateway and Anti-Virus systems in use within organizations. How is protection against unknown cyber threats assured? How is the safety of files exchanged on the LAN-WAN assured? Is the…

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Is Phishing getting better of worse?

Phishing as an E mail attack is not new. Attackers are well aware that humans are typically the weakest link in any organization and the constant rise of phishing attacks confirms it to be true. The more success phishing attacks have, the more they are perpetrated. There are a constant array of new tools to…

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Happy Anniversary YazamTech!

We are so excited to be able to announce our 10 year anniversary! The creative seed that was planted 10 years ago created YazamTech’s comprehensive cyber security range of next-generation Content Disarm & Reconstruction (CDR) Solutions to prevent infected file streams from entering the network, either by blocking the infected file streams, or by actively…

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MSSP’s – Are you sure your current Email protection technology is sufficient to protect your customer’s e mail box?

So, let’s talk about it. What is involved in great Email protection, and what does an MSSP need in order to provide improved Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) protection to their customers? Files that enter the internal sensitive network, via any medium, especially Emails with attachments, can be infected with a wide range of threats.…

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