DSEI 2017

Security against steganography [DSEI17D1]

12 September 2017

UK-based network security company Deep Secure is working on defence against steganography, which is being used to get malicious codes into an organisation undetected, or to get data out undetected.

Visitors to its Stand N7-190 in the Cyber Zone will see a demonstration of an inside job attack, which shows just how easy it is to stage such an attack − and how to stop it.

Deep Secure claims its Content Threat Removal approach offers total protection without the need to detect threats or isolate the business. Users are provided with a separate environment in which they can safely handle potentially dangerous content.

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