Votiro, Inc, Best Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) Provider

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Websitehttp://www.votiro.com
Company size (employees)10 to 49
Headquarters RegionMiddle East

In 3 bullets, summarize why this company is different from the competition and deserves recognition:

1. Votiro holds more patents and more CDR customers than anyone else in the category. To date, the company has over 400 customers, many of them government agencies in Japan and Singapore who have mandated the Votiro Disarmer for use. The company holds 16 patents for CDR technology.

2. The company's technology has processed over 5 billion documents without a single breach.

3. The company itself was founded by former Israeli Defense Force member Aviv Grafi, now CEO (picture included), from the elite 8200 cyber security unit. His background led to him conceiving a way to do CDR, and has put the company in the position of both inventing and leading the CDR category.

Overview

Votiro, Inc. is an award-winning cybersecurity company with a mission of securing organization’s inbound documents more quickly and safely than ever before. Its proprietary next-generation Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) disassembles a document, and then reconstructs a perfect replica of that document, but in the process leaves out any viruses or malware, all done in a fraction of a second. The technology has, to date, processed over 5 billion documents without a single breach.

The company’s Disarmer family of products can handle email attachments, download and transfer files, share content, and removable media, while keeping performance and functionality intact. The technology can handle complex file structures, such as embedded macros, as well as .zip and password protected files.

The company has over 400 customers globally, and has been mandated for use by government agencies in Japan and Singapore, as well as utilized by financial institutions worldwide. Votiro holds 15 patents in CDR technology, and is a Gartner Cool Vendor award winner and this year’s Cyber Defense Magazine’s Global Winner for Content Disarm and Reconstruction.

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