Content Threat Removal (CTR)

 True "zero trust" security allows users to 100% safely open documents and images from untrusted sources.

Deep Secure Content Threat Removal provides true protection against all known - and unknown - document-based malware.

Document Download Protection

Safely download documents and images from the Internet.

Email Attachment Protection

Safely open email attachments and click on links without risk.

Document Upload Protection

Safely receive documents and images from portals and the cloud.

 

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Discover how Deep Secure Content Threat Removal totally eliminates file-based malware in documents and images.

Deep Secure is addressing a gap in the market for simultaneously defeating all content threats – known, zero-day, and the undetectable – without the need to identify the threats and without isolating the business from them.

Dan Turner

CEO

Latest

Is AI a Cyber Silver Bullet?

In the world of cyber security, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are very much in vogue. But with the news last week that researchers demonstrated a universal bypass for one of the leading AI-based cyber security solutions, Deep Secure Lead Researcher Aaron Mulgrew cautions organisations against viewing AI as a cyber silver bullet.

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Can Zero Trust Security Turn the Tables on the Bad Guys?

In the world of physical security, a variety of techniques are used to protect us against unsafe or undesirable content. These aim to detect explosives or contraband so the threat can be removed. Similar techniques can be applied in the cyber world. But how well do they stack up and can new zero trust security models help turn the tables on the bad guys?

Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman investigates.

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Platinum Hacking Group – Steganography Continues to Wreak Havoc

With the news last week that the Platinum advanced persistent threat (APT) group use steganography to steal information from diplomatic, government and military targets, Deep Secure Pre-Sales Consultant Aaron Mulgrew reflects on how education around these attacks needs to be increased.

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45% of Employees Would Sell Data to Outsiders!

In a NEW survey conducted by Deep Secure, almost half (45%) of office employees we surveyed would be willing to sell corporate information to people outside their organization while Just £1,000 would be enough to tempt 25% of employees to give away company information.

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30 Million Viruses? No problem!

Ever wondered just how good your anti-malware defences really are? We put Content Threat Removal to the test with 30 million viruses, including previously unseen malware created by a national government agency and designed to test defences to the limit.

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DSEI 2019: Deep Secure showcases cloud and cross-domain solutions

Deep Secure is showcasing a range of cloud and cross-domain solutions on Stand N7-168 at DSEI 2019 between the 10th and 13th September.

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"Hardsec" - Hardware Security

Deep Secure and fellow UK cyber security vendor Garrison are both building solutions based on "hardsec" - hardware security that uses "field programmable gate array" (FPGA) chips. Read Deep Secure CEO Dan Turner's thoughts on the applicabiity of hardsec in the Sunday Telegraph and get a deeper insight at hardsec.org.

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The human factor and its role in cybersecurity breaches

More coverage of the results of our "What is the Price of Loyalty?" survey in Essential Retail.

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News & Events: 30 Million Viruses? No problem!

By: John Stevenson
Date: 19th August 2019

Ever wondered just how good your anti-malware defences really are? We put Content Threat Removal to the test with 30 million viruses, including previously unseen malware created by a national government agency and designed to test defences to the limit. See how Content Threat Removal performed. Download the report today.

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30 Million Viruses? No problem!

News & Events: DSEI 2019: Deep Secure showcases cloud and cross-domain solutions

By: John Stevenson
Date: 14th August 2019

Deep Secure is showcasing a range of cloud and cross-domain solutions on Stand N7-168 at DSEI 2019 between the 10th and 13th September.

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DSEI 2019: Deep Secure showcases cloud and cross-domain solutions

Blog: Is AI a Cyber Silver Bullet?

By: Aaron Mulgrew
Date: 5th August 2019

In the world of cyber security, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are very much in vogue. But with the news last week that researchers demonstrated a universal bypass for one of the leading AI-based cyber security solutions, Deep Secure Lead Researcher Aaron Mulgrew cautions organisations against viewing AI as a cyber silver bullet.

Read more

Is AI a Cyber Silver Bullet?

Blog: Can Zero Trust Security Turn the Tables on the Bad Guys?

By: Dr Simon Wiseman
Date: 19th July 2019

In the world of physical security, a variety of techniques are used to protect us against unsafe or undesirable content. These aim to detect explosives or contraband so the threat can be removed. Similar techniques can be applied in the cyber world. But how well do they stack up and can new zero trust security models help turn the tables on the bad guys?

Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman investigates.

Read more

Can Zero Trust Security Turn the Tables on the Bad Guys?

 

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