A new, unique and highly innovative security capability
The Glasswall security capability is globally unique, highly innovative and provides absolute protection against document-borne malware.
Glasswall’s patented core software engine integrates easily into any email security environment, meaning organisations can have complete confidence within hours that only “known good” will enter or leave their business environment within documents or email attachments. Glasswall breaks down documents and email files to their component parts before regenerating a new document or file that complies entirely with the manufacturer’s original standards. Any attempt made by an attacker or hacker to manipulate the structure or content of that document will be identified, remediated or removed through the application of our content disarm and reconstruction technology.
Glasswall not only stops document or attachment based email attacks, it allows users to gain unique insight into those attacks and see how emailed documents are being used to target people in your organisation.
Try Glasswall for free
A free trial is simple and easy to achieve, using either your organisation’s existing infrastructure or Glasswall’s private Azure cloud. During a 30 day period your staff will be trained on our unique technology and platform, culminating in a risk assessment and threat intelligence report.
documents are the weapon of choice for cyber criminals
74% of cyber-attacks start with an email attachment, yet organisations do not know what is in their documents. Glasswall shifts an organisation from reactive to proactive defence.
Glasswall eliminates malware attacks in email attachments
Glasswall is a unique software technology that regenerates a benign file from an original email attachment, and removes all malware and structural manipulations in real time.
Deep-level inspection and regeneration to known good
The complete regeneration of a file, so that it is compliant with the design specification for that document type, ensures absolute protection from embedded malware and malicious code.