Threat Removal

It’s impossible to detect every threat in an ever-changing cyber security environment. Instead, we adopt a zero-trust approach and assume any data entering or leaving your organisation could be harmful.

This unique approach protects your organisation from any threat – even those that don’t exist yet. Rather than ‘cleansing’ your data or identifying malware, our platform transforms it into new, safe data. It does so in real-time, leaving any threats behind, with no updates required and it’s futureproof - delivering an unrivalled ROI.

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Case Studies

Enabling Government to Safely Import Public Data with Threat Removal as a Service

Enabling Government to Safely Import Public Data with Threat Removal as a Service

Taking their lead from the NCSC (who have a pattern for the safe import of data to enable this type of solution) this authority chose Deep Secure’s...

Real-time Portal Protection for Retail Banking with Threat Removal for Portal Protection

Real-time Portal Protection for Retail Banking with Threat Removal for Portal Protection

This retail bank chose Deep Secure’s ‘Threat Removal for Portal Protection’ to protect their portal through a zero-trust approach, transforming data and leaving any threats behind to provide risk-free data import and complete protection from Malware.

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Amazon Workspaces Vulnerability [Mitigated May 2020]

Amazon Workspaces was incorrectly interpreting an AWS managed policy which allowed a read-only permission user to hijack a legitimate workspace. The attacker could force a password reset to the new account and compromise that particular Amazon Workspace, even though the credentials for the account only had read only access. AWS have mitigated the vulnerability, and this post is a quick summarization of the events leading to the patch.

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From Beach to Breach

How to ensure your users don’t fall victim to an easyJet related phishing scam
It’s disappointing enough that you can’t take a well-earned vacation on the beach this summer because of the pandemic.

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Protecting Internet-facing Portals

Internet-facing Portals are the new Achilles Heel for any business, argues Deep Secure Sales Director, Paul Hancock. Last week, we looked at how the world of work is changing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and specifically how homeworking has elevated the threat-level for businesses.

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Office Macros – Striking a Balance

When it comes to Office macros, it’s all about striking a balance, argues Deep Secure Principal Solutions Architect Tim Freestone. Why Macros Matter
Office macros were invented as a mechanism to automate tasks and critically save people’s time.

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Targeted Attacks Use New Windows Zero Day

Microsoft is warning of critical zero-day flaws that it believes are being used by attackers in “limited, targeted” attacks. Customers of Deep Secure Threat Removal are automatically protected.

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Continual Protection

In the light of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), Deep Secure would like to assure our customers and partners that we remain fully operational and open for business as usual. Deep Secure has put in place a number of measures designed to help protect the health and wellbeing of our employees, business partners, and customers.

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Blog: Amazon Workspaces Vulnerability [Mitigated May 2020]

By: Aaron Mulgrew
Date: 24th June 2020

Amazon Workspaces was incorrectly interpreting an AWS managed policy which allowed a read-only permission user to hijack a legitimate workspace. The attacker could force a password reset to the new account and compromise that particular Amazon Workspace, even though the credentials for the account only had read only access. AWS have mitigated the vulnerability, and this post is a quick summarization of the events leading to the patch.

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Amazon Workspaces Vulnerability [Mitigated May 2020]

Webinars: File Uploads - Removing the Threat

Date: 3rd June 2020

COFFEE BREAK WEBINAR!

Joins us for coffee break as we discuss how you can protect your Internet-facing portals from malicious file uploads. You’ll find out:

- Why your Web Application Firewall (WAF) can’t protect you from file-based malware
- How to design-in “zero trust security” into your cloud-based portals and workflows
- Why cloud-native “security as code” is the most effective way of eliminating the threat

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File Uploads - Removing the Threat

Webinars: File Uploads - Removing the Threat

Date: 28th May 2020

COFFEE BREAK WEBINAR!

Joins us for coffee break as we discuss how you can protect your Internet-facing portals from malicious file uploads. You’ll find out:

- Why your Web Application Firewall (WAF) can’t protect you from file-based malware
- How to design-in “zero trust security” into your cloud-based portals and workflows
- Why cloud-native “security as code” is the most effective way of eliminating the threat

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File Uploads - Removing the Threat

Blog: From Beach to Breach

By: John Stevenson
Date: 20th May 2020

How to ensure your users don’t fall victim to an easyJet related phishing scam
It’s disappointing enough that you can’t take a well-earned vacation on the beach this summer because of the pandemic. But now, with the news of the breach of nine million customer details from easyJet, millions of people who have booked with the airline will need to take extra care opening any email purporting to be from the low-cost carrier for fear it’s part of a targeted phishing scam. They should expect more from their cyber defences says Deep Secure’s John Stevenson.

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From Beach to Breach

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