Several companies are highlighting their products and services this week at the 2023 edition of the RSA Conference in San Francisco. Here is a summary of the most important new product and service announcements made on the third day and in the days leading up to the event
Bishop Fox has announced its expansion into the UK market. The company’s expansion strategy has a first focus on Northern Europe.
BigID and Thales have teamed up to offer an integrated solution that combines BigID’s Data Intelligence with Thales’ CipherTrust Platform to deliver comprehensive data protection and privacy compliance by proactively encrypting, anonymizing, and removing data accurately, and at scale.
Checkmarx has published the results of its Global Pulse on Application Security study, which found that 88% of AppSec managers experienced at least one breach in the prior year as a direct result of vulnerable application code.
CybeReady, a global leader in security awareness training, announced the company will display powerful new cybersecurity awareness training capabilities. CybeReady will reveal how the power of the community is supercharging its Security Awareness Training solution; its data-driven platform compliantly gathers data and uses it to crowdsource information, which is then fed back into the platform. The Machine Learning model continually perfects the training programs, based on data from other organizations of similar sizes, industries, and geographies.
Cybereason is excited to announce a significant development in its approach to storing long-term hunting data (telemetry collected by our sensors not ‘benign data’ detected by and related to a malicious operation, or MalOp™). Long-term hunting data can now be queried directly from the Cybereason investigation UI, providing analysts with a truly unified threat-hunting and investigation experience.
Evolution Equity Partners, a leader in venture capital investment in cybersecurity, is pleased to announce the inaugural Presidents Forum, a prestigious international event that meets Chief Information Security Officers (CISO), cybersecurity professionals, global leaders, and heads of state to discuss and collaborate on cybersecurity and related issues. The forum supplies a unique platform for participants to collaborate on ways to address the complex and evolving cybersecurity challenges facing our world today.
SIEM and log management firm Graylog has announced an updated version of its platform to simplify incident investigations, perfect threat detection and response, and reduce unnecessary data storage costs. Version 5.1 is currently in Beta and is expected to become generally available in May.
SIEM firm Gurucul is extending the capabilities of its Security Analytics and Operations Platform. The company has improved search functionality, identity-based detection and response, and cloud observability.
HashiCorp, a leader in multi-cloud infrastructure automation software, and Microsoft’s strategic partner, announced the general availability of HashiCorp Cloud Platform (HCP) Vault Plus on Microsoft Azure. With HashiCorp Vault as a managed service for Microsoft Azure environments, organizations can swiftly deploy Vault and benefit from extensive secrets management and encryption capabilities while relying on HashiCorp experts to stand up and work the Vault environment. HCP Vault Plus offers support for replication of secrets and policies across multiple datacenters and unlimited client application support, ensuring high availability.
Infoblox delivers a simplified, cloud- enabled networking and security platform for improved performance and protection, makes several announcements today, as the company takes a strong position on why networking and security teams must join forces in the fight against cybercrime. New critical security features and a refreshed brand identity reflect the company’s strategy, confidence and business focus, empowering customers to detect and respond to critical threats to help their businesses thrive.
Nonprofit cybersecurity organization (ISC)² has released a new report titled ‘Global Approaches to Cyber Policy, Legislation and Regulation’, which analyzes approaches to cyber legislation and regulation in Canada, the EU, Japan, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States.
ManageEngine announced the launch of the MSSP Edition of its cloud-based SIEM solution, Log360 Cloud.
Mira Security has announced its virtual Encrypted Traffic Orchestration (vETO) product for public cloud, which will soon be available for purchase in the AWS Marketplace. The Cloud vETO supplies secure visibility into encrypted traffic.
SaaS Alerts, a cybersecurity company that enables MSPs to protect and monetize customer SaaS business applications, has launched Unify, a new solution designed to supply visibility between SaaS apps and end-user devices using remote monitoring and management (RMM) agents.
Saviynt has launched Saviynt Solution Exchange, a marketplace of applications built on the company’s Enterprise Identity Cloud (EIC) by major organizations such as Deloitte, EY, IBM, KPMG, CredenceIA, Inspira Enterprise, Oxford Computer Group, ServiceNow, Microsoft, Ping Identity, Zscaler, and 1Kosmos.
Cloud security firm Skyhigh Security has announced the addition of several new capabilities to its Security Service Edge (SSE) product portfolio, including Exact Data Match (EDM) for sensitive data protection, unified data protection for Microsoft 365, Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) to CASB and ZTNA, and a new policy builder.
Email security firm Tessia has announced the general availability of Tessian Respond, which enables security teams to quickly find and respond to all email threats by offering initiative-taking threat hunting capabilities and enabling response and remediation for end-user reported emails.
Thales, the leading global technology and security provider, today announced the launch of its CipherTrust Transparent Encryption Ransomware Protection (CTE-RWP), an optional licensed feature to the CipherTrust Data Security Platform. CTE-RWP will elevate the protection of customer files and folders from ransomware attacks via access management controls and encryption processes.
Traceable AI announced the launch of Zero Trust API Access (ZTAA), a solution designed to help organizations better protect sensitive data and stop API abuse. The solution supplies dynamic data access policy, continuous adaptive trust, and intelligent rate limiting capabilities.
Uptycs has unveiled new capabilities for its CNAPP and XDR platform, enabling organizations to collect and analyze GitHub audit logs and user identity information from Okta and Azure AD to reveal suspicious behavior, creating an early warning system that allows security teams to find and stop threat actors before they can access data and services in the cloud.
Xcitium the cybersecurity industry’s only provider of ZeroDwell Containment cybersecurity solutions, is announcing its integration of Intel® Threat Detection Technology into its platform.
Reference : Securityweek