Enhancing Zero Day Protection with Zero Trust Content Disarm & Reconstruction

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Dan Feaver, Presales Architect, Forcepoint

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Zero-day attacks are a constant threat looming overhead. And for good reason: waiting for the signature of the attack to defend against it could be too little, too late for many companies. Zero Trust Content Disarm & Reconstruction (CDR) lets you skip the waiting game. Rather than trying to detect malware, it assumes nothing can be trusted. It works by extracting the valid business information from files, verifying the extracted information is well-structured, and then building new, fully functional files to carry the information to its destination. By transitioning to prevention based defenses, businesses are able to prevent zero-day attacks before they're known. Join Dan Feaver, Presales Architect at Forcepoint, as he explains how Zero Trust CDR works, why it's a powerful tool against zero-day attacks, and where organizations can utilize it in their technology stack

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