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

Open email attachments and click on email links without a risk.

Document Upload Protection

Safely handle documents and images from portals and via the cloud.

 

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

2018’s strong performance for Deep Secure delivered results ahead of expectations. The company maintained sustainable real revenue growth, profitability and operating expense control allowing for significant investment in the new platform.

Jane Mercer

CFO

Latest

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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Employees Using Encryption and Steganography to Conceal Theft

A significant number of employees use cyber tools like encryption and steganography to conceal the theft of company information. That’s one of the key findings in Deep Secure’s NEW survey - What is the Price of Loyalty?

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How much would it take for an employee to steal from their employer?

Deep Secure has commissioned a NEW survey - What is the Price of Loyalty? - looking at the theft of data from the workplace - and the results will surprise you!

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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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Are Stock Photos a Threat to Cybersecurity?

Cyber-attacks that were once the arsenal of nation states and organised cyber gangs always descend down the supply chain into the hands of the modern criminal. Read Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman's thoughts on how image steganography is doing exactly that in Computer Business Review.

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News & Events: The human factor and its role in cybersecurity breaches

By: John Stevenson
Date: 8th July 2019

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

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The human factor and its role in cybersecurity breaches

News & Events: 45% of office workers would sell their firm’s corporate information

By: John Stevenson
Date: 28th May 2019

New research from Deep Secure exposes the immense risk of the insider threat and the cost of employee loyalty.

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45% of office workers would sell their firm’s corporate information

Blog: 45% of Employees Would Sell Data to Outsiders!

By: John Stevenson
Date: 28th May 2019

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. Those are just two of the findings from our shocking survey on Employee Loyalty! Download this essential report and discover:
What type of data is at risk Just how much money is enough to persuade employees to steal it And what evasion techniques they’d consider using to avoid detection PS: Do drop by stand G280 at InfoSec 2019 and say hello.

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45% of Employees Would Sell Data to Outsiders!

Blog: Employees Using Encryption and Steganography to Conceal Theft

By: John Stevenson
Date: 21st May 2019

A significant number of employees use cyber tools like encryption and steganography to conceal the theft of company information. That’s one of the key findings in Deep Secure’s NEW survey - What is the Price of Loyalty? – which looks at the theft of data from the workplace by office workers. The survey gives a unique insight into the age and gender of those office workers most likely to steal from their employer. It examines what type of data is at risk, just how much money is enough to persuade office workers to steal it and what evasion techniques they’d consider using to avoid detection.

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Employees Using Encryption and Steganography to Conceal Theft

No More Zero Day Attacks?

Analysts KuppingerCole recommend evaluating Deep Secure Content Threat Removal.

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