I’m happy to share that Light Point Security CEO, Zuly Gonzalez, will be speaking at the 2018 Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference about how malware can infiltrate an organization’s network and how to protect against these threats. This is Zuly’s second year presenting at this conference and we are looking forward to another great show of making new connections and learning from the best.
The Techno Security & Digital Forensics Conference will be held June 3-6, 2018 in Myrtle Beach, SC. Zuly’s presentation is scheduled for Monday, June 4, 2018 10:30am – 11:20am. If you’d like to join us at the conference and attend Zuly’s presentation, you can register here. We hope you’ll join us!
Don’t Let the Hunter Become the Hunted – Protect Your Online Research Network Intelligently
Online research of publicly accessible websites is a source for a practically infinite amount of data. But who knows what sorts of malicious software (malware) is lurking on the other side of every link you click. A malware infection in your research lab’s network can have devastating effects for your organization, ranging from data theft and leakage, ransomware infections, or simply destruction of your data and equipment. If your data is stolen and leaked to the wrong people, it may be you that is being investigated by your targets! This session will discuss the malware risks you are exposed to when doing online research as well as some cutting edge new ways to protect your network from online malware threats.
In a matter of days, the WannaCry ransomware outbreak infected more than 230,000 computers in 150 countries. It impacted healthcare organizations, universities, government agencies, and many others, including FedEx. If you are concerned about the WannaCry ransomware and other similar attacks, join us for this informative webinar.
Light Point Security is hosting a joint webinar with partner, ELEVI Associates, today May 18 at 1pm EST. This educational webinar will explain the causes of ransomware and the devastating effects it can have on an organization. Learn about remote browser isolation technology and how it protects organizations from ransomware and other web-based threats.
We were privileged to have the Pentagon invite Light Point Security CEO, Zuly Gonzalez, as a keynote speaker for its JSP Cybersecurity Forum.
The Joint Service Provider (JSP) provides the full range of information technology equipment, services, solutions, and customer support to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer, and WHS to meet mission and business requirements.
Zuly presented at the Pentagon yesterday on the topic of cybersecurity innovations and how remote browser isolation is changing the game for the better and giving organizations the power to completely eliminate their web-based malware problems once and for all.
We were honored to have been invited to speak at such a prestigious event.
Light Point Security founders, Zuly Gonzalez and Beau Adkins, were featured in The Baltimore Sun this week! The story “Maryland’s federal workforce offers state a source of cyber entrepreneurs” highlights a few Maryland-based cybersecurity companies, their founders and how they got started. Here’s an excerpt from the story:
Zuly Gonzalez and Beau Adkins worked in the digital trenches at the National Security Agency for more than a decade.
Gonzalez designed computer protection systems and Adkins figured out how to penetrate such barriers. Their light bulb moment came when they decided to apply their expertise to the commercial sector and founded their company, Light Point Security.
“We kind of melded both his offensive mindset of hacking and attacking and my mindset of defending. He knew how easy it was to hack and get into networks,” Gonzalez said. “So we basically thought about what would it take to really stop Beau from getting into a computer.”
Numerous businesses in Maryland’s growing cybersecurity industry were founded by former government workers or government contractors, and count such workers among their current and prospective employees.
The full article by Baltimore Sun reporter Sarah Gantz can be viewed on The Baltimore Sun website here.
As our customers know, we are constantly increasing the value of Light Point Web by adding new features and functionality. In a joint effort with our partner OPSWAT, Light Point Web, which provides unmatched protection from web, document and email based malware, will enhance its current document-based malware protection capabilities by integrating OPSWAT’s Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) technology into its platform.
The new CDR (file sanitization) technology strips exploitable content from files for a complete threat-free browsing experience. By integrating OPSWAT’s CDR engines into Light Point Web all downloaded files will be thoroughly scanned and/or sanitized before the user’s local machine receives them. The integration will not impact the end users’ productivity, since all sanitized files will be reconstructed with all their functionality and usability intact. This joint solution provides users 100% malware prevention from malicious websites through Light Point Security’s Full Isolation technology and comprehensive malware protection from malicious file downloads through OPSWAT’s file sanitization and multi-scanning engines.
We are very excited about this new feature and will be hosting a joint webinar with OPSWAT to showcase the technology and discuss how this joint solution provides organizations complete end-to-end protection from malware without compromising user experience. The webinar is scheduled for Tuesday April 11, 2017 from 1:00 – 1:30pm EDT. We encourage all to attend, and you can sign up for the webinar here.
Light Point Security was founded by former National Security Agency (NSA) employees with 30 years of combined experience in both offensive and defensive security.
It is an award-winning and internationally recognized company with customers ranging from multi-national financial institutions and federal government agencies all the way to SMBs and individual home users.
Its flagship product, Light Point Web, is an isolated web browsing solution designed to thwart even the most sophisticated attacks.
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