Harmless CDR (Content Disarm and Reconstruction) of email attachments.

As is well known, the proportion of malicious programs entering the enterprise and causing widespread damage through email attachments accounts for over 90% of all malicious programs entering the enterprise. Since email has become an indispensable communication tool in IT, what are some effective ways to control the risks in this regard?

Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), also known as content purification and reconstruction, has become increasingly popular in recent years. It is used to prevent the transmission of email attachments or other file exchanges by removing various threatening factors and the possibility of malicious program carrying and hiding. It is a new and simple yet effective solution to prevent malicious programs from entering and causing damage along with file exchanges.

Basic Concepts:

Zero Trust Principle: Do not detect, just remove; 100% free of viruses.

Simple, direct, and highly effective.

Email attachment cleansing.

Deep CDR – even images will be cleansed.

Users are unaware, while malicious programs have already been removed