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Impex Data Lock example use cases

We give five examples of use cases where the Impex Data Lock would be a good fit for enhancing the security:

Impex Data Lock available

Sysctl is proud to introduce the Impex Data Lock into the Impex family. The data lock is a network appliance that implements security controls similar to...

Issues with deaddrop and Microsoft intune

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USB Promoter Group Announces USB4® Version 2.0

USB4® version 2 is a major update to enable up to 80 Gbps of data performance compared to USB4® version 1 which only supports 40 Gbps. The USB Type-C® an...

3.0 - The new major version of Impex software

New release of the Impex software.

News about targeted attacks via mobile media

Recently multiple news outlets have had articles with stories about organisations that have been targeted to receive USB memory sticks or other mobile me...

IMPEX and the Log4j vulnerability: Not affected, not vulnerable

On the 10th of december 2021 information on a vulnerability was made public on the Internet. The vulnerable component was log4j2, and is a common compone...

Deaddrop and the Log4j vulnerability: Not affected, not vulnerable

On the 10th of december 2021 information on a vulnerability was made public on the Internet. The vulnerable component was log4j2, and is a common compone...

Protection against air gapped attacks - ESET study of known cases, and how to use Impex against such attacks

Sysctl partner ESET have released a comprehensive study of APT groups and advanced attacks that have been done the last 15 years. In a research white pa...

Impex version 2.1.0

Sysctl has been working on a new minor release for some time, and with the upcoming release, Impex version 2.1.0, we have some interesting features we ar...

Impex version 2.0.0

Sysctl have been working on a new major release for some time, and with the upcoming release, Impex version 2.0, we have created a new foundation for a n...

Impex and Deaddrop announced as finalists for 2015 Security Awards

Sysctl is extremely proud to announce that both our products Impex and Deaddrop have been selected as finalist at the 2015 Security Awards nominations. T...

Sysctl is sponsoring the 2nd 4SICS Scada Security Summit

Sysctl is once again a proud sponsor of the 4SICS 2nd international summit on SCADA/ICS and cybersecurity. Sysctl will have a booth at the summit where w...

Sysctl at Rätt Säkerhet Security Conference

Sysctl is going to have a vendor booth at Rätt säkerhet 2015. At the booth we will have our security experts as well as display various products, includi...

Sysctl is sponsoring 4SICS Scada Security Conference

Sysctl is a proud sponsor of the 4SICS international summit on SCADA/ICS and cybersecurity. Sysctl will have a booth at the summit where we will display ...

Interview with Robert in blog Kryptera.se

The blogger Jonas Lejon who run the security focused blog Kryptera.se made an interview with Robert about deaddrop. You can find the article in its full ...

Deaddrop and Sysctl in IDG article

This week, the national technology news outlet IDG covered the deaddrop product and the sysctl company in an article. Highligthning that deaddrop was bor...

Sysctl sign a partner contract with Enigio to develop a trusted timestamp plugin to deaddrop

Sysctl have signed an agreement with EnigioTime to develop a Trusted Timestamp plugin to deaddrop. The plugin will allow deaddrop users to have an extend...

Sysctl is developing a new security product - Impex

On behalf of a major international corporation, Sysctl have developed a solution for handling USB sticks from a more secure perspective. The new product,...