Data leak? – Is your anti-malware tool the cause?

Could your anti-malware tool be leaking your data? The news today reports a remarkable data leak and highlights the inherent dangers in using detection-based cyber security tools and underlines why Deep Secure Content Threat Removal is the only safe way to remove...

Combatting the Threat of Financial Cyber Crime

Combatting the Threat of Financial Cyber Crime Cyber crime is targeting banks and financial institutions across the world in a way that is quite unprecedented. With traditional cyber security products often proving ineffective in the face of this onslaught, Deep...

Content Threat Removal – Third Generation Cyber Security

Conventional wisdom has it that the best defence against unknown/Zero Day threats is multiple duplicate layers of detection technology. But with so many first generation products like Anti-Virus and Second Generation products like sandboxes failing to avert disaster,...

Time to Sign Up for Content Threat Removal

A spear-phishing campaign targeting Docusign customers underlines the importance of identifying high value assets within the organisation and ensuring they are properly protected with Content Threat Removal. According to Cyber security research firm CyberSecurity...

WannaCry and the NHS Windows XP Estate

As the post-mortem on WannaCry continues, we look at practical solutions for cash strapped healthcare providers tasked with defending their Windows XP estate. Nearly 3 weeks before WannaCry was released, Deep Secure warned that the NHS was particularly vulnerable to...