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OPSWAT Access Control certifications update for February 2022

In the month of February, there were more than a dozen submissions and 9 certifications. None of submitted products failed the OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program (OACCP) test criteria.


Certified Product

Vendor Name


Gold Anti-malware


FireEye Endpoint Agent 34.x for Linux

FireEye, Inc.


SentinelOne Linux Agent 21.10.4



SentinelOne Linux Agent 21.7.4



QI-ANXIN Tianqing 6.x for Windows

Qi An Xin Technology Group Inc.


Cisco Secure Endpoint 7.5.3x for Windows

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Platinum Anti-malware


VIPRE Endpoint Security Agent 12.3.x for Windows

Ziff Davis, Inc.


ESET Endpoint Security 9.x for Windows



ESET Endpoint Antivirus 9.x for Windows



Kaspersky Endpoint Security 11.8x for Windows

Kaspersky Lab



The OPSWAT Access Control Certification Program (OACCP) is the most comprehensive method for verifying device compatibility and security effectiveness. The majority of access control solutions including MetaAccess and OESIS Framework, rely on OPSWAT certification to establish device trust- a necessary component for zero trust network access. The increased adoption of Work from Home (WFH) has posed a significant challenge to IT teams in identifying and isolating risky devices before they gain access to corporate digital assets. Without proper tools and procedures in place, VPN and other tunneling connections can be breached and data itself weaponized. Rather than blindly trusting endpoints, it is necessary for IT teams to verify that critical applications are free of vulnerabilities and remain up to date. OACCP provides the device security compliance framework to minimize remote access threats.

Find out more about OPSWAT’s Access Control Certification Program, as well as the compatibility and security effectiveness criteria.

Submit your application or learn more details about the certification process by sending an email at certification@opswat.com and our team will get back to you with all the information. For OEM inquiries use the oem@opswat.com alias.

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