ODI

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What problem are you trying to solve?

We prevent unknown malware from entering networks.

How do you aim to solve this problem?

We use our new file sanitizing technology. The official name is Content Disarm and Reconstruction – CDR. The advantage of CDR is that it eliminates malware even from an unknown threat meaning that even on a zero day, the technology which runs over each file separately will deactivate any malicious code that might reside in the file and it will not harm the core functionality of the file itself. For example, if a user expects to receive an Excel file with formulae, after our Odix proccess, the file will still be fully functional, but we can be almost 100% sure that any malicious code that might be inside will be deactivated.

Who is your competition?

Many Israeli companies use CDR, however it is very new to the outisde world. The term CDR was only named about a year and half ago. We call it Odixing.

How are you different from them?

We have differentiators with our product offerings and the way we run the technology itself. We have something called the Odix Kiosk. It’s a PC station that scans removable media like USB drives, CDs, DVDs, etc. Today almost all organizations block the USB ports on computers. They need a viable safe solution to have the employees bring in data on removable media. This is our kiosk.

What do you think is the greatest concern in the world of Cybersecurity?

Unknown threats.

Do you have any Breaking News you would like to share?

We recently won a big project with a large bank in Europe who will buy the Odix Kiosk.