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New Gears Reporting Enhancements and Removal Features Posted yesterday

In this release, we’ve made it easier for our Gears administrators to manage guest devices in their network. Administrators can now integrate Gears with their logging and automation software, as well as their ticketing workflows through our email notification enhancements. If a Gears administrator were to discover a problem with an unmanaged guest device, they can quickly remove the device without waiting for the auto-configurations in Gears to take care of it. 

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Metascan Statistics Show Effectiveness of Multi-Scanning

Last quarter we released a page where you can view the most common threats on Metascan Online and how the engines detect them. This quarter, we’ve made a few changes to that page. To better highlight the value of multi-scanning, we took our Metascan packages and illustrated how each of them detected these common threats. In addition, we show what the detection rate would be for the top 10,000 threats. Check out the updated statistics page to see these changes live.

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Webinar: Cyber-Securing Your Supply Chain

Join us for our third and final webinar in the series 'Cyber Security Challenges for Energy'. We hope that you have enjoyed the series so far and have got some really valuable information over the last number of months. If you have not had a chance to attend the previous webinars; don't worry, you can still catch up and watch 'The Top Five Cybersecurity Challenges for Energy' and 'How to Handle an Energy Sector Breach' which are available on our website.

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June in Review

This June was all about going out with the old, and bringing in the new. We unveiled the new opswat.com, released our latest market share report, and are offering a sneak-peek at our new Metascan for Linux! Read up on this month's highlights to learn more about how enhanced email and device security can protect sensitive patient or customer data from dynamic threats like the Dyre Wolf Trojan. 

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Gears + Portnox NAC: Providing Endpoint Compliance for Unmanaged Devices

Gears has integrated with Portnox, providing businesses and organizations with a way to give clear security compliance remediation instructions to devices in a NAC environment. Securing your network with this option is both easy for your administrators to monitor the security status of devices, and simple for users to remediate their own security issues.

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OPSWAT is Issued Patent Covering Determination of Whether a Data Storage is Encrypted

OPSWAT, a software company that provides solutions to secure and manage IT infrastructure, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued US Patent 9,021,163 entitled Determining Whether a Data Storage is Encrypted. Inventors are Benjamin Czarny (CEO, OPSWAT), Jianpeng Mo (Director of Software Engineering, OPSWAT), and Boris Dynin (Consultant, Movil, inc.).The patented technology is available today in OESIS Framework and will soon be available in OPSWAT Gears.

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