GISEC is a very important event for most of the cyber security vendors and for OPSWAT it is not an exception. Sertan Selcuk, VP of Sales, META at OPSWAT expresses his views on how the company is showcasing the solutions at the event. Excerpt.
Briefly introduce your company
OPSWAT is a global leader in IT, OT and ICS critical infrastructure cybersecurity solutions and Deep Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), protecting the world’s mission-critical organizations from malware and zero-day attacks. To minimize the risk of compromise, OPSWAT Critical Infrastructure Protection solutions safeguard both public and private sector organizations with the latest technology, processes, and hardware scanning to secure the transfer of data, files, and device access across critical networks. More than 1,500 organizations worldwide spanning Financial Services, Defense, Manufacturing, Energy, Aerospace, and Transportation Systems trust OPSWAT to secure their files and devices; ensure compliance with industry and government-driven policies and regulations, and protect their reputation, finances, employees, and customers from cyber-driven disruption.
How do you see this year’s Gisec from an exposure point of view?
GISEC is a very important event for OPSWAT. It is the largest cybersecurity forum in the Gulf region; governments are there; banks are there; resellers and systems integrators are there. All these entities are deeply involved in overcoming the IT and OT security challenges that can hold back innovation. Our solutions portfolio is an excellent fit for their use cases, and we stand ready to join them in their fight against bad actors.
What all solutions or products do you want to showcase?
OPSWAT will have its entire CIP lab set up at GISEC to demonstrate its IT and OT solutions using patented zero-trust technology. On the IT side, OPSWAT solutions can protect against advanced email attacks, secure local or remote access to cloud applications, provide endpoint visibility and protection, and protect applications from advanced threats. On the OT side, OPSWAT’s solutions prevent threats from entering OT networks by providing visibility into all connected OT assets, securing portable media, enforcing unidirectional data transfers, and much more.
IT and OT convergence and increased digitalization can be a challenge for many industries when trying to secure their critical environments, but OPSWAT’s purpose-built solutions are powered by MetaDefender Core zero-trust technologies, including Deep Content Disarm and Reconstruction (Deep CDR), Multiscanning, Proactive Data Loss Prevention (Proactive DLP), File-based Vulnerability Assessment, and country of origin detection — all used to detect, analyze and eliminate malware and zero-day attacks.
Attendees will have the chance to see the newly launched OPSWAT Neuralyzer, a neural network cybersecurity product that enables OT personnel to protect their critical environments and supply chain through asset discovery, inventory management, network visibility, and vulnerability and risk management.
OPSWAT will also be showcasing its brand-new Mobile Kiosk, the new, ultra-rugged version of OPSWAT MetaDefender Kiosks designed to keep critical networks secure in even the harshest conditions.
Who all will be there at the booth from your leadership team?
Sertan Selcuk, VP of Sales, META at OPSWAT