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BitDam Announces BitDam 3.0 Expanding Its Proactive Content Security into Cloud Storage

BitDam, provider of cybersecurity solutions that protect enterprise communications from advanced content-borne threats, today announced the latest release of the company's flagship solution that protects organizations from attacks delivered via cloud storage, and email, BitDam version 3.0. 

With this newest version, BitDam reinforces its cybersecurity market-leading position as an Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) provider, with support for cloud storage services such as OneDrive, SharePoint G-Drive, Dropbox, and Box. Delivering unmatched malware detection rates, BitDam 3.0 protects both files and URLs, making it safer for organizations to collaborate internally and externally over email as well as cloud storage. 

While cloud storage has become a fundamental collaboration tool for individuals and organizations, only a handful of cybersecurity solutions cover this communication channel. This makes cloud storage a valid entry point for advanced attacks, typically not detected by current cloud storage-focused cybersecurity solutions. BitDam 3.0 bridges this gap by detecting malware of any type in files and URLs, pre-delivery, to ensure that end users access only legitimate files. 

"This achievement increases our users' confidence in content that others share with them, and significantly reduces the risk of organizations becoming advanced attack victims. With BitDam 3.0, organization security teams, as well as end-users, do not have to worry about the implications of their next click," said company Co-Founder and CEO Liron Barak. "Looking forward, we will not rest on our laurels; we are currently working on expanding into additional channels such as Instant Messaging. BitDam is leading the way in helping restore confidence in interacting with incoming data."
Published Monday, February 04, 2019 3:52 PM by David Marshall
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