OPSWAT is proud to recognize innovative security companies like Max Secure Software. Their newly Bronze-certified product, Max Total Security, is compatible with access control solutions from industry-leading vendors.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB)
July 17, 2017
The OPSWAT Certified Security Application Program has awarded Bronze certification to Max Secure Software for Anti-malware. Originally launched in 2007, OPSWAT’s certification program currently supports over 1,000 applications from various anti-malware engines to ensure their compatibility with all leading access control solutions, their detection quality, and their false positive responsiveness.
Max Secure Software is a security company that for over 15 years has built innovative security and privacy products for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. OPSWAT awarded certification to Max Secure Software after determining that their product Max Total Security met a number of strict criteria for compatibility. OPSWAT will list Max Total Security as a Bronze Certified security application on OPSWAT.com.
The OPSWAT Certified Security Application Program is meant to help IT administrators find compatible and effective applications for their security stack. The program also helps endpoint security applications vendors who want to certify regularly. OPSWAT developed the certification program in 2007 after compiling compatibility requirements from over 50 OPSWAT OEM customers, including industry-leading NAC, CASB, SSO, and SSL-VPN solutions from vendors such as Citrix, Pulse Secure, Cisco, IBM, and Dell.
Cristina Stet, Certification Manager at OPSWAT, said, “OPSWAT is proud to recognize innovative security companies like Max Secure Software. Their newly Bronze-certified product, Max Total Security, is compatible with access control solutions from industry-leading vendors.”
Sanjay Pradhan, CEO of Max Secure Software, commented, “This year, our malware research team has discovered more significant threats in quantity and complexity compared to the previous years. With growing threats for internet users, it is essential to provide a layer of security on all platforms.”