Today the statistics about the worldwide threat landscape are very alarming: 400 million known malware instances with a daily increase of 400k.
Even today, about 30% of infections of an operating system are propagated by a USB key or other removable media, which users have voluntarily inserted. Similarly, 70% of the people who will find a USB stick, will not hesitate to connect it to their professional or personal computer without prior precautions.
Too long sentence. ‘USB Malware solution, which has been developed by Orange for several years. This solution is capable of performing health analyses of removable devices through a unique combination of different antivirus engine solutions, To effectively assist our customers in the fight against this threat.
As removable devices remain one of the main infection vectors of companies’ information systems, we have designed and developed USB Malware Cleaner your real airlock for decontaminating removable USB devices (sticks, hard disks)…
Available as a software to install, USB Malware Cleaner addresses your two major concerns:
In order to ensure the widest possible detection, it analyses USB devices in parallel with 6 complementary anti-viruses, thus considerably increasing detection coverage.
Source: Ponemon Institute
The major use cases are:
By installing several units (in conference rooms for example) the client ensures that each use of a USB-type device is preceded by a complete health analysis of it.
For companies commercializing products or solutions that require a delivery of documentations, specifications, etc. through USB devices, the USB Malware Cleaner provides the insurance that such removable device is threat-free.
After an initial setup, the USB Malware Cleaner unit is ready for use by end-users who just have to insert their removable device and launch the scan. It returns a comprehensive report and a threat-free device
The use of such service creates a security awareness at all levels throughout your business.
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