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A Recipe for Destruction: Municipalities and Managing Cyber Risk

December 30th, 2021|

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While civil unrest and the global pandemic have catalyzed the news cycle, cyber-attacks and their lasting effects have been devastating municipalities around the globe. Unfortunately, where businesses and individuals may be able to respond to these threats tactfully, municipalities have been left in the dust, ineffectively [...]

Remittance Advice/ Swift Ref: TRF675066, a malicious Phishing HTML attachment that bypasses Exchange Online’s EOP

November 1st, 2021|

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Recently the odix team found a new phishing scenario that possesses a unique threat to end-users. Remittance Advice/ Swift...

11 Fundamentals to Keep Your Business Safe from MALWARE and RANSOMWARE

October 12th, 2021|

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With cyber awareness month in full swing, we wanted to do our part to help the IT community better frame cyber risks. That's why we made this easy-to-navigate infographic, showing the 11 fundamentals to keep your business safe.

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NetFolder for Secure file Uploads by odix is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace

June 22nd, 2021|

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Microsoft Azure customers worldwide now gain access to NetFolder to take advantage of the scalability, reliability and agility of Azure to drive advanced security for business processes...

The Israeli Ministry of Communication selects odix to provide protection from ransomware and zero-day attacks

May 26th, 2021|

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odix won the tender to provide advanced cloud sanitization services to the Salesforce CRM deployment of the Ministry of Communications for the next five years...

odix joins the CloudBlue Go-To-Market Fast Track Program to accelerate FileWall market share expansion

May 19th, 2021|

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Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel, May 19th, 2021: odix, the Israel-based cybersecurity leader focused on Deep File Inspection and CDR...

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A Recipe for Destruction: Municipalities and Managing Cyber Risk

December 30th, 2021|

Blog
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While civil unrest and the global pandemic have catalyzed the news cycle, cyber-attacks and their lasting effects have been devastating municipalities around the globe. Unfortunately, where businesses and individuals may be able to respond to these threats tactfully, municipalities have been left in the dust, ineffectively [...]

Load more

Remittance Advice/ Swift Ref: TRF675066, a malicious Phishing HTML attachment that bypasses Exchange Online’s EOP

November 1st, 2021|

Cyber Research
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Recently the odix team found a new phishing scenario that possesses a unique threat to end-users. Remittance Advice/ Swift...

11 Fundamentals to Keep Your Business Safe from MALWARE and RANSOMWARE

October 12th, 2021|

Infographics
|

With cyber awareness month in full swing, we wanted to do our part to help the IT community better frame cyber risks. That's why we made this easy-to-navigate infographic, showing the 11 fundamentals to keep your business safe.

File based attacks in social distancing era; An Analysis and Infographic

January 7th, 2021|

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In this week's edition of the Lady Hacker Chronicles, we conclude our saga with an end of the year finale. How to plan an Attack in the Age of Social Distance. Do you have what it takes to hack your way to the new year?

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