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Details: Watch OPSWAT's fireside chat with Teza Mukkavilli, Head of Information Security at Upwork, a leading online freelancing site. Horacio Zambrano, Vice President of Product Marketing at OPSWAT, will help lead a discussion on how Upwork addressed the threat of zero-day or unknown threats hidden in file uploads. They will also review how Upwork leverages Metadefender data sanitization/Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) and multi-scanning technology for advanced threat prevention.

During this webinar you will learn:

  • Upwork’s approach and goals for security protection and privacy
  • The need for threat prevention when enabling file uploads on web portal applications exposed to malware-infected files
  • Why Upwork selected OPSWAT as the vendor of choice to fight threat problems
  • The results and benefits of adding data sanitization (CDR) to Upwork’s existing Metadefender multi-scanning implementation

Speakers:

Teza MukkavilliHead of Information Security, Upwork

Teza Mukkavilli is the Head of Information Security at Upwork with a goal of creating a safe and secure Upwork platform for clients and freelancers. Prior to Upwork, he worked at eBay and PayPal in high impact roles within privacy and information security, responsible for implementing policies, performing risk assessments, and implementing enterprise GRC tools.

Horacio ZambranoVP Product Marketing, OPSWAT

With over 15 years of experience in cyber security, Horacio is VP of Product Marketing and directs thought leadership at OPSWAT. Prior to this, he was VP of Marketing at cyber security startup Virsec Systems. Horacio has been a strategic product management, marketing, and business development leader in enterprise software for over 21 years, including at Juniper Networks, Cisco, BMC Software, Informix, and Gupta. He was also a leading Wall Street analyst covering information security and software for over 5 years, and he holds both a Computer Engineering and an MBA degree from Stanford.