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Power-Boost Ransomware Incident Response with Ransomware Kill Switch

Despite significant investments in security each year, cybercriminals are constantly developing new attack vectors to thwart existing security controls. The growth of connected devices, IoT, and an increasingly remote workforce has widened the enterprise attack surface, enabling cybercriminals to find new ways to breach enterprise perimeter defenses.
 
A new paradigm shift needs to occur in security to deal with the eventual breach and lateral movement of cyber-attacks. Implementing an enterprise zero-trust security model can help to block the lateral movement of cyber attackers and isolate attacks to where they originate, helping to dramatically reduce the enterprise-wide impact of a cyber-attack. Enterprises need to migrate to a Zero-Trust architecture, helping to gain back control and limit the damage done by cyber-attacks that occur each year. In this session, Ritesh Agrawal, CEO and Co-founder of Airgap Networks, will lintroduce an easily adapted Ransomware Kill Switch product and lead a detailed discussion on how to:
 
·       Maintain a continuous accurate inventory of enterprise assets.
·       Obtain true visibility and insight on how all devices communicate.
·       Generate zero false-positive alerts based on anomalous behavior.
·       Deploy scalable DEFCON like color-coded emergency shut off switch and stop lateral movement inside your network (Ransomware Kill-Switch).
·       Implement Single-Sign-On and Multi-Factor Authentication(MFA) for legacy/private applications.
·       Achieve modern IAM/IDM authentication with Zero-Trust Isolation 
 
Through this discussion, Ritesh will build on these topics and emphasize how zero-trust principles can empower enterprises and achieve better control and response to emerging cyber-threats. Zero-Trust is not hype. Join us to find out more!
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  • Ransomware Battleground: Shots Fired at Esports Final Round Jun 5 2021 5:00 am UTC 30 mins
    Airgap Networks
    In 2021, the global eSports market was valued at just over 1.08 billion U.S. dollars.(Source)

    Online games and specifically the Massive Multiplayer (MMO) games, experience multiple attacks from hackers, platform competition that try to block players’ access to the gaming platforms, as well as cheating players that can attack other players slowing their connection, while gaining a competitive advantage. These attacks can take the entire game offline. Can you visualize losing $400,000 dollars per hour (Source).

    In this series of Ransomware Battleground, we will try to:
    - Know the eSports industry and the leading MMO game developers
    - Understand where the “crown jewels” assets such as in-game currency, identity information, and gaming development resources…are hosted
    - Who is Egregor Ransomware Crew? Is it as RaaS? And how do they hack into corporate networks and deploy the ransomware?
    - What is their extortion behavior and ransom demand and Crypto tracing?
    - Is it too far fetched to say Zero Trust is needed for eSports development?
    - Got Ransomware Kill Switch for eSports?

    Let's close the final round of this Battleground series with Syya and Nigel. Join us!
  • Ransomware in Healthcare: Got Ransomware Kill Switch for Device Cybersecurity May 31 2021 5:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Hackers are outpacing healthcare in the overall cybersecurity race. With the recent OT/IoT/IoMT device hacks gaining access to live feeds of 150,000 surveillance cameras inside hospitals, companies, police departments, prisons, and schools, Zero Trust design, and implementation in healthcare stands out to help stop attack proliferation. Zero Trust can be practiced in phased implementation. Ransomware can be stopped with the Ransomware Kill Switch, particularly so when it's automated with APIs. In this segment, Kris Kistler, CISO of Cognizant Healthcare, will discuss how Zero Trust transformation as a journey for healthcare facilities and share the view to defend device cybersecurity. Furthermore, we will be asking him on the view of Ransomware Kill Switch in Healthcare. Join us!
  • Ransomware Battleground: Shots Fired at Esports Round 2 May 28 2021 5:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Airgap Networks
    In 2021, the global eSports market was valued at just over 1.08 billion U.S. dollars.(Source)

    Online games and specifically the Massive Multiplayer (MMO) games, experience multiple attacks from hackers, platform competition that try to block players’ access to the gaming platforms, as well as cheating players that can attack other players slowing their connection, while gaining a competitive advantage. These attacks can take the entire game offline. Can you visualize losing $400,000 dollars per hour (Source).

    In this series of Ransomware Battleground, we will try to
    Know the eSports industry and the leading MMO game developers
    Understand where the “crown jewels” assets such as in-game currency, identity information, and gaming development resources…are hosted
    Who is Egregor Ransomware Crew? Is it as RaaS? And how do they hack into corporate networks and deploy the ransomware?
    What is their extortion behavior and ransom demand and Crypto tracing?
    Is it too far fetched to say Zero Trust is needed for eSports development?

    Let’s open up a new conversation series with Syya and Nigel. Join us!
  • Get Ahead of Ransomware Attacks with Automated Ransomware Kill Switch May 24 2021 4:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Organizations of all sizes can be the target of ransomware. Cyberattacks continue to be one of the biggest threats to global businesses and there is no sign of this slowing down. Attack frequency has reached unprecedented levels. The FBI does not support paying a ransom in response to a ransomware attack. So, the question is - How do you get ahead of Ransomware Attacks?

    Data intelligence drives decisions. In this solution directed talk, we will elaborate on how Airgap's Ransomware Kill Switch can help:

    - Integrate with cyberattack incident report flow and endpoint telemetry to automate your ransomware defense
    - Exchange security intelligence data across leading SIEM and SOAR platforms
    - Integrates with leading endpoint management for autonomous and adaptive policies from endpoint to enterprise

    When you are on Ransomware incident response, you are competing with time. Join us before RSAC 2021 for the live streaming session with Airgap. Schedule a demo on Ransomware Kill Switch at https://airgap.io/events/

    About Airgap Networks
    Ransomware threat is growing rapidly. While there are a whole bunch of security companies that are trying to prevent ransomware from getting into your network, Airgap's "Zero Trust Isolation Platform" protects your organization even if your perimeter is breached or if you have unpatched vulnerable servers inside your data center. Additionally, Airgap’s “Ransomware Kill Switch” is the most potent ransomware response for the IT organization. Airgap can be deployed in minutes without any agents, forklift upgrades, or design changes. The company is founded by highly experienced cybersecurity experts and the solution is trusted by large enterprises and service providers. For more details, check out https://airgap.io
  • Ransomware in Education: Got Ransomware Kill Switch with James Mountain May 24 2021 4:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Spiking ransomware attacks against schools make pandemic education even harder. As schools planning for Recovery 2021 and back to school in full capacity, we are excited to share the use case of IT practices at the Palmer College of Chiropractic and their journey of DIY Zero Trust Isolation. Isolation is the best security. How do you get started with Zero Trust? Is there an easy entry product like Automated Ransomware Kill Switch that any school ISD can put in practice before ransomware attacks? Join us and learn from this interactive and insightful conversation with James Mountain on:
    - Lesson learned on must-have design principles for the homegrown Zero Trust Isolation
    - Maintain security hygiene as devices from remote learning coming back to in-person classroom setting
    - Defend device cybersecurity in healthcare facilities for managed and unmanaged devices (OT/IOT)
    - Deploy Identity based segmentation and ringfencing in a distributed remote & branch campus settings
    - Ransomware Kill Switch use cases: How do you reduce the ransomware attack blast radius when the 10% happens?
    - How about an Automated Ransomware Kill Switch that guards your school 24/7?

    Don't miss this new updated episode with James and Chuck!
  • Power-Boost Ransomware Incident Response with Ransomware Kill Switch May 19 2021 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Despite significant investments in security each year, cybercriminals are constantly developing new attack vectors to thwart existing security controls. The growth of connected devices, IoT, and an increasingly remote workforce has widened the enterprise attack surface, enabling cybercriminals to find new ways to breach enterprise perimeter defenses.
 
A new paradigm shift needs to occur in security to deal with the eventual breach and lateral movement of cyber-attacks. Implementing an enterprise zero-trust security model can help to block the lateral movement of cyber attackers and isolate attacks to where they originate, helping to dramatically reduce the enterprise-wide impact of a cyber-attack. Enterprises need to migrate to a Zero-Trust architecture, helping to gain back control and limit the damage done by cyber-attacks that occur each year. In this session, Ritesh Agrawal, CEO and Co-founder of Airgap Networks, will lintroduce an easily adapted Ransomware Kill Switch product and lead a detailed discussion on how to:
 
·       Maintain a continuous accurate inventory of enterprise assets.
·       Obtain true visibility and insight on how all devices communicate.
·       Generate zero false-positive alerts based on anomalous behavior.
·       Deploy scalable DEFCON like color-coded emergency shut off switch and stop lateral movement inside your network (Ransomware Kill-Switch).
·       Implement Single-Sign-On and Multi-Factor Authentication(MFA) for legacy/private applications.
·       Achieve modern IAM/IDM authentication with Zero-Trust Isolation 
 
Through this discussion, Ritesh will build on these topics and emphasize how zero-trust principles can empower enterprises and achieve better control and response to emerging cyber-threats. Zero-Trust is not hype. Join us to find out more!
  • RSA Conference #RSAC 2021 - "I Am Zero Trust" Live Experience - May 17 to May 19 May 19 2021 5:00 pm UTC 120 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Ransomware will continue to be the number one threat for companies in 2021. Zero Trust will be one of the only ways to truly mitigate the rash of attacks and hasten response time. Last year, CrowdStrike determined that the average breakout time of a cyber breach was 1 hour and 58 minutes. The Airgap Zero Trust Isolation platform surgically eliminates unauthorized communication and thwarts lateral propagation immediately with the Ransomware Kill Switch™.

    https://airgap.io/events/may-17-rsac

    In an industry where 76% of organizations say that threat detection and response is more difficult today than even just two years ago2, and 74% of cybersecurity professionals believe that the ongoing global cybersecurity skills shortage will continue to impact them2, it is more important than ever to have agentless platform that provides these protections on all devices (managed or unmanaged), regardless of whether they are on corporate or public networks. Why Airgap?

    - Business-transparent and real-time emergency lockdown switch in the event of a ransomware attack
    - No agents required, minimizing bloat on endpoints
    - No forklift upgrades, APIs, or design changes allowing a seamless integration to existing security infrastructure

    Over 15 sessions at this year’s RSA conference #RSAC 2021 will be around Zero Trust, you will not want to miss out on a demo of the industry’s first automated Ransomware Kill Switch.

    For a free digital expo pass, contact us at https://airgap.io/events/may-17-rsac

    The Cybersecurity book authors, analysts, and CISOs are making the pledge on #ZeroTrust. We look forward to seeing you at this #livestream with @AirgapNetworks.
  • RSA Conference #RSAC 2021 - "I Am Zero Trust" Live Experience - May 17 to May 19 May 18 2021 5:00 pm UTC 120 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Ransomware will continue to be the number one threat for companies in 2021. Zero Trust will be one of the only ways to truly mitigate the rash of attacks and hasten response time. Last year, CrowdStrike determined that the average breakout time of a cyber breach was 1 hour and 58 minutes. The Airgap Zero Trust Isolation platform surgically eliminates unauthorized communication and thwarts lateral propagation immediately with the Ransomware Kill Switch™.

    https://airgap.io/events/may-17-rsac

    In an industry where 76% of organizations say that threat detection and response is more difficult today than even just two years ago2, and 74% of cybersecurity professionals believe that the ongoing global cybersecurity skills shortage will continue to impact them2, it is more important than ever to have agentless platform that provides these protections on all devices (managed or unmanaged), regardless of whether they are on corporate or public networks. Why Airgap?

    - Business-transparent and real-time emergency lockdown switch in the event of a ransomware attack
    - No agents required, minimizing bloat on endpoints
    - No forklift upgrades, APIs, or design changes allowing a seamless integration to existing security infrastructure

    Over 15 sessions at this year’s RSA conference #RSAC 2021 will be around Zero Trust, you will not want to miss out on a demo of the industry’s first automated Ransomware Kill Switch.

    For a free digital expo pass, contact us at https://airgap.io/events/may-17-rsac

    The Cybersecurity book authors, analysts, and CISOs are making the pledge on #ZeroTrust. We look forward to seeing you at this #livestream with @AirgapNetworks.
  • RSA Conference #RSAC 2021 - "I Am Zero Trust" Live Experience - May 17 to May 19 May 17 2021 5:00 pm UTC 120 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Ransomware will continue to be the number one threat for companies in 2021. Zero Trust will be one of the only ways to truly mitigate the rash of attacks and hasten response time. Last year, CrowdStrike determined that the average breakout time of a cyber breach was 1 hour and 58 minutes. The Airgap Zero Trust Isolation platform surgically eliminates unauthorized communication and thwarts lateral propagation immediately with the Ransomware Kill Switch™.

    https://airgap.io/events/may-17-rsac

    In an industry where 76% of organizations say that threat detection and response is more difficult today than even just two years ago2, and 74% of cybersecurity professionals believe that the ongoing global cybersecurity skills shortage will continue to impact them2, it is more important than ever to have agentless platform that provides these protections on all devices (managed or unmanaged), regardless of whether they are on corporate or public networks. Why Airgap?

    - Business-transparent and real-time emergency lockdown switch in the event of a ransomware attack
    - No agents required, minimizing bloat on endpoints
    - No forklift upgrades, APIs, or design changes allowing a seamless integration to existing security infrastructure

    Over 15 sessions at this year’s RSA conference #RSAC 2021 will be around Zero Trust, you will not want to miss out on a demo of the industry’s first automated Ransomware Kill Switch.

    For a free digital expo pass, contact us at https://airgap.io/events/may-17-rsac

    The Cybersecurity book authors, analysts, and CISOs are making the pledge on #ZeroTrust. We look forward to seeing you at this #livestream with @AirgapNetworks.
  • Behind the Attack: Historical Colonial Pipeline Cyberattack May 14 2021 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Kevin Brock, Howard Marshall, and Ritesh Agrawal
    The Colonial Pipeline Hack Is a New Extreme for Ransomware An #darkside #Ransomware (RaaS) attack crippled the company’s operations—and cut off a large portion of the East Coast’s fuel supply—in an ominous development for critical infrastructure, according to the Wired coverage. In this special programming, we are excited to have Howard Marshall, Kevin Brock, and Ritesh Agrawal together with Chuck Harold to discuss this historical Ransomware attacks. As the Administration and agencies storming in with directives and defense guidelines, let's dig into the details and discuss how we can stop ransomware spread and find the root cause of all the network flaws. #ColonialPipeline
  • Ransomware Battleground: Shots Fired at Esports Round 1 May 14 2021 2:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    Nigel LeBlanc (Cyber Warrior Network) and Syya Yasotornrat
    Ransomware Battleground: Shots Fired at Esports Round 1
    In 2021, the global eSports market was valued at just over 1.08 billion U.S. dollars.(Source)

    Online games and specifically the Massive Multiplayer (MMO) games, experience multiple attacks from hackers, platform competition that try to block players’ access to the gaming platforms, as well as cheating players that can attack other players slowing their connection, while gaining a competitive advantage. These attacks can take the entire game offline. Can you visualize losing $400,000 dollars per hour (Source).

    In this series of Ransomware Battleground, we will try to
    - Know the eSports industry and the leading MMO game developers
    - Understand where the “crown jewels” assets such as in-game currency, identity information, and gaming development resources…are hosted
    - Who is Egregor? Is it as RaaS? And how do they hack into corporate networks and deploy the ransomware?
    - What is their extortion behavior and ransom demand and Crypto tracing?
    - Is it too far-fetched to say Zero Trust is needed for eSports development?

    Let’s open up a new conversation series with Syya and Nigel. Join us!
  • Ransomware Can Be Stopped - Got Ransomware Kill Switch? Recorded: May 13 2021 28 mins
    Airgap Networks
    Stopping ransomware requires shifting from detection to prevention and policy enforcement, achieved by reducing the attack surface with Zero Trust Isolation and known and unknown threat prevention. The most effective strategy for stopping ransomware attacks relies on preventing them from ever entering your organization perimeter and controlling the blast radius with real time Ransomware Kill Switch in cases of attacks. With a new mindset, we want to welcome you to attend this Ransomware Kill Switch talk on
  • From The Source: CISA Ransomware Campaign and Zero Trust Directives Recorded: May 3 2021 79 mins
    Amy Nicewick, Chief of Comunications Management, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, DHS
    The CISA Ransomware Campaign and Zero Trust Directives
    Zero trust, supply chain security, and DevSecOps. These are the three 2021 priorities for CISA Cybersecurity Framework. In this event keynote, Amy Nicewick, Chief of Communications Management at Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency will highlight the recent CISA Ransomware campaign to reduce the attack blast radius of ransomware and how zero trust plays in the Cybersecurity framework for Federal Government Continuity of Operations (COOP).

    Airgap is a proud sponsor for the CISO Roundtable event. Ransomware threat is growing rapidly. While there are a whole bunch of security companies that are trying to prevent ransomware from getting into your network, Airgap's "Zero Trust Isolation Platform" protects your organization even if your perimeter is breached or if you have unpatched vulnerable servers inside your data center. Additionally, Airgap’s “Ransomware Kill Switch” is the most potent ransomware response for the IT organization. Airgap can be deployed in minutes without any agents, forklift upgrades, or design changes. The company is founded by highly experienced cybersecurity experts and the solution is trusted by large enterprises and service providers. For more details, check out https://airgap.io
  • Ransomware in Healthcare Recorded: Apr 22 2021 23 mins
    Kris Kistler, CISO for Cognizant Healthcare
    Hackers are outpacing healthcare in the overall cybersecurity race. With the recent OT/IOT device hacks gaining access to live feeds of 150,000 surveillance cameras inside hospitals, companies, police departments, prisons and schools, Zero Trust design and implementation in healthcare stands out to help stop attack proliferation. In this segment, Kris Kistler, CISO of Cognizant, will discuss how Zero Trust transformation as a journey for healthcare facilities and share the view to defend device cybersecurity.
  • From The Source: CISA Ransomware Campaign and Zero Trust Directives Recorded: Apr 19 2021 80 mins
    Amy Nicewick, Chief of Comunications Management, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, DHS
    The CISA Ransomware Campaign and Zero Trust Directives
    Zero trust, supply chain security, and DevSecOps. These are the three 2021 priorities for CISA Cybersecurity Framework. In this event keynote, Amy Nicewick, Chief of Communications Management at Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency will highlight the recent CISA Ransomware campaign to reduce the attack blast radius of ransomware and how zero trust plays in the Cybersecurity framework for Federal Government Continuity of Operations (COOP).

    Airgap is a proud sponsor for the CISO Roundtable event. Ransomware threat is growing rapidly. While there are a whole bunch of security companies that are trying to prevent ransomware from getting into your network, Airgap's "Zero Trust Isolation Platform" protects your organization even if your perimeter is breached or if you have unpatched vulnerable servers inside your data center. Additionally, Airgap’s “Ransomware Kill Switch” is the most potent ransomware response for the IT organization. Airgap can be deployed in minutes without any agents, forklift upgrades, or design changes. The company is founded by highly experienced cybersecurity experts and the solution is trusted by large enterprises and service providers. For more details, check out https://airgap.io
  • Ransomware Battleground: From APT 69420 to Device Cybersecurity Recorded: Apr 16 2021 30 mins
    Syya Yasotornrat
    Tesla, Cloudflare, Halifax Health, and Equinox are among the victims involved in a breach of more than 150,000 Verdaka's security cameras by a group of hackers known as Advanced Persistent Threat 69420 Arson Cats. The hackers used a "super admin account," which allowed them to peer into the cameras of all of Verdaka's customers. The group found the user name and password for the administrator account publicly exposed on the internet. (Source:https://www.foxbusiness.com/technology/hacker-group-breaches-security-cameras-at-tesla-equinox-cloudfare)

    Are there reasons to believe that an incident involving office security cameras can impact your customers? How do you defend Device Cybersecurity?

    In this Battleground, we will dig into the cybersecurity implication of unmanaged devices in organizations and how zero trust isolation policies can be put in practice to prevent lateral threats from propagating in the network.
  • Ransomware in Education: The Changing Landscape in Cybersecurity and Privacy Recorded: Apr 7 2021 16 mins
    James Mountain and Chuck Harrod
    Spiking ransomware attacks against schools make pandemic education even harder. As schools planning for Recovery 2021 and back to school in full capacity, we are excited to share the use case of IT practices at the Palmer College of Chiropractic and their journey of DIY Zero Trust Isolation. You will learn:
    - Lesson learned on must-have design principles for homegrown Zero Trust Isolation
    - Maintain security hygiene as devices from remote learning coming back to in-person classroom setting
    - Defend device cybersecurity in healthcare facilities for managed and unmanaged devices (OT/IOT)
    - Deploy Identity based segmentation and ringfencing in a distributed remote & branch campus settings
    - Ransomware Kill Switch use cases: How do you reduce the ransomware attack blast radius when the 10% happens?
  • Exploring The Long-Term Ramifications of the SolarWinds Attack Recorded: Apr 3 2021 54 mins
    Ritesh Agrawal, CEO, Airgap Networks and CISO Panel - HMG
    The recent SolarWinds cyber-attack is believed to be the most damaging hack of a Western government ever, not to mention the impact on more than 425 companies in the Fortune 500 who receive services from SolarWinds. While the immediate dangers have been identified, several HMG insiders say it will likely take months if not years for the cumulative risks to unfold.

    IN THIS EXCLUSIVE ON-DEMAND EVENT, YOU’LL DISCOVER:

    — Valuable perspectives on the specific risks to sensitive corporate and personal data that are inherent in the SolarWinds breach.

    — Rich insights from cybersecurity leaders on the long-range impact to third-party risk and supply-chain vulnerability assessments.

    — Unique counsel on both the short and long-term implications of the breach for organizations and recommendations for CISOs and security leaders on the next steps they need to be taking.
  • Big Game Hunting: CARBON SPIDER and SPRITE SPIDER Target ESXi Servers Recorded: Apr 2 2021 35 mins
    Kurtis Minder and Syya Yasotornrat
    Big Game Hunting, the targeted large-scale ransomware campaign, is now regarded as the primary cyber threat to organizations across all sectors including financial, healthcare, and government in 2021. Leaking stolen data in an effort to pressure victims into paying is part of a broader trend across the BGH ecosystem. In the recent headlines, the ransomware operators go beyond the traditional dominance of Windows operating systems and now target VMware ESXi hypervisor. In this Ransomware Battleground, let’s look at how SPRITE SPIDER(Defray777 Ransomware) and CARBON SPIDER (Parkside Ransomware) operate in volume tactics. How do Cybercrime actors now back to use Linux variants of ransomware configured specifically to affect ESXi hosts?

    In this talk, we will cover:
    - What are Big Game Hunting tactics? And what did ransomware operator behavior change during Covid-19? (from POS to ESXi)
    - How do you defend encrypting virtual infrastructure in your corporate network? Credential harvesting and payload ingesting?
    - Why is Agentless Zero Trust Isolation and Ransomware Kill Switch the answer to stop Hypervisor "Jackpotting"?
  • Ransomware in Education: The Changing Landscape in Cybersecurity and Privacy Recorded: Mar 31 2021 17 mins
    James Mountain and Chuck Harrod
    Spiking ransomware attacks against schools make pandemic education even harder. As schools planning for Recovery 2021 and back to school in full capacity, we are excited to share the use case of IT practices at the Palmer College of Chiropractic and their journey of DIY Zero Trust Isolation. You will learn:
    - Lesson learned on must-have design principles for homegrown Zero Trust Isolation
    - Maintain security hygiene as devices from remote learning coming back to in-person classroom setting
    - Defend device cybersecurity in healthcare facilities for managed and unmanaged devices (OT/IOT)
    - Deploy Identity based segmentation and ringfencing in a distributed remote & branch campus settings
    - Ransomware Kill Switch use cases: How do you reduce the ransomware attack blast radius when the 10% happens?
The Best Defense Against Ransomware Propagation
Ransomware attacks and threats are growing exponentially. While many security companies are trying to prevent ransomware from breaching the perimeter of your network, Airgap's Zero Trust Isolation Platform protects your organization from the inside out. Additionally, Airgap’s Ransomware Kill Switch is the most potent ransomware response for an IT organization. The solution can be deployed in minutes without any endpoint agents, forklift upgrades, or design changes. Airgap was founded by highly experienced cybersecurity experts and the solution is trusted by large enterprises and service providers. For more details, check out https://airgap.io or email media@airgap.io

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