Content Threat Removal (CTR)

 100% “threat free” assurance for all your content… no loss, no fail, no evasion.

Our ground-breaking Content Threat Removal Platform creates secure zones around key parts of a business, or the entire organisation to ensure protection from zero-day threats, sophisticated ransomware, polymorphic or steganography attacks.

Supercharge your defences

Defences that check content to ensure only safe content is exchanged can only defeat known problems. These are not effective against new or targeted attacks.

Protect Intellectual Property

Most cyber security defences are trivially bypassed. Deep Secure products and appliances are designed as though they will be attacked and expose a minimal attack surface.

Enforce Corporate Data Policies

Users often need assistance when making decisions on how to handle data. Organisations have complex data policies and historical data can be hidden deep with content.

 

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Solutions

Discover how Deep Secure Content Threat Removal totally eliminates content threats such as: Ransomware, Fileless malware, Stegware, Phishing, Office malware & PDF malware

Deep Secure's new solution simultaneously defeats all content threats - 100% – known, zero-day, and the undetectable.

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Solutions Director

Latest

LockerGoga – Ransomware that’s Signed, Sealed and Delivered

With the news this month that LockerGoga ransomware is wreaking havoc with industrial and manufacturing firms, Deep Secure Pre-Sales Consultant Aaron Mulgrew reflects on how the use of digitally signed executables should act as a wake-up call for security teams everywhere.

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Malvertising and Polyformatted Images

News this week of a malvertising campaign that uses polyformatted images should act as a wake-up call for Security teams everywhere. Deep Secure Pre-Sales Consultant Aaron Mulgrew assesses the risks.

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Egg meme demonstrates cracks in our security - hidden threats posed by steganography

Image steganography is becoming the concealment technique of choice for cyber-criminals and is one of the most frightening and underestimated threats out there.

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Could cat photos take over Android phones?

With the news that Android phones could be hacked by simply looking at an image, Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman assesses the risk and wonders whether - given the love of all things feline on the Internet - cat photos could really take over Android phones?

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Quarter of phishing emails bypass default Office 365 security

As a new report estimates that a quarter of phishing emails bypass default Office 365 security, Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman underlines the importance of looking beyond detection to combat the threat.

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Detection Doesn't Work!

Deep Secure CEO Dan Turner believe detection-based cyber security defences are no longer fit for purpose. Read his views on how the industry at large must adapt and embrace content threat removal in ITProPortal.

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How Widespread are Nation State Attacks on UK Infrastructure?

With news of an alleged campaign by Iranian-backed hackers on UK Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), read Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman's views on how widespread such attacks are in SC Magazine, Intelligent CIO, Intelligent CISO and Silicon.

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OceanLotus Hackers use Steganography to install Backdoors

The OceanLotus APT group of hackers is using steganography to install the Denes & Remy backdoors. Read Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman's thoughts on how best to combat the threat in SC Magazine.

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News & Events: Quarter of phishing emails bypass default Office 365 security

By: John Stevenson
Date: 15th April 2019

As a new report estimates that a quarter of phishing emails bypass default Office 365 security, Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman underlines the importance of looking beyond detection to combat the threat. Read his thoughts in Information Security Buzz.

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Quarter of phishing emails bypass default Office 365 security

News & Events: Detection Doesn't Work!

By: John Stevenson
Date: 10th April 2019

Deep Secure CEO Dan Turner believe detection-based cyber security defences are no longer fit for purpose. Read his views on how the industry at large must adapt and embrace content threat removal in ITProPortal.

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Detection Doesn't Work!

News & Events: How Widespread are Nation State Attacks on UK Infrastructure?

By: John Stevenson
Date: 3rd April 2019

With news of an alleged campaign by Iranian-backed hackers on UK Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), read Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman's views on how widespread such attacks are in SC Magazine, Intelligent CIO, Intelligent CISO and Silicon.

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How Widespread are Nation State Attacks on UK Infrastructure?

News & Events: OceanLotus Hackers use Steganography to install Backdoors

By: John Stevenson
Date: 3rd April 2019

The OceanLotus APT group of hackers is using steganography to install the Denes & Remy backdoors. Read Deep Secure CTO Dr Simon Wiseman's thoughts on how best to combat the threat in SC Magazine.

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OceanLotus Hackers use Steganography to install Backdoors

No More Zero Day Attacks?

Analysts KuppingerCole recommend evaluating Deep Secure Content Threat Removal.

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