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Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of November 10; BigID, CISOs Connect, Commvault, and More

Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of November 10

Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of November 10

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy identity management and information security news for the week of November 10. This curated list features identity management and information security vendors such as BigID, CISOs Connect, Commvault, and more.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant identity management and information security news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the last month, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy identity management and information security news items.


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Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of November 10


BigID Data Intelligence Platform Now Available on Google Cloud Marketplace

BigID, a data security and identity governance solutions provider, this week announced that its BigID Data Intelligence Platform is now available on Google Cloud Marketplace , empowering organizations to have greater visibility and control into their data. With more organizations needing help understanding where their data lies – much less getting control of it across all of their cloud services – the partnership between BigID and Google Cloud enables them to automatically discover sensitive data across global accounts and ephemeral resources on Google Cloud. Organizations can find and inventory sensitive data across Google Cloud services, including Google Drive, Cloud Storage, Gmail, BigQuery, Cloud Bigtable, Cloud Spanner, Datastore, and Cloud SQL.

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State of Maine Impacted by Global MOVEit Security Incident

The State of Maine is notifying individuals that it was affected by the global cybersecurity incident concerning the file transfer tool, MOVEit. The State is among several thousand organizations impacted by the software vulnerability in MOVEit which allowed cybercriminals to access and download data. This global incident affected a wide range of industries, including insurance, finance, education, health, and government.

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CISOs Connect and Security Current Announce Winners of the CISO Choice Awards 2023

This week, CISOs Connect announced the winners of the 2023 CISO Choice Awards, a recognition of the leading security vendors by a distinguished board of prominent CISOs. The CISO Choice Awards program is designed to help security and business leaders “cut through the maze of offerings, and point them to the solutions that really stand out.” The selection process was uniquely transparent and based on clear-cut criteria.

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Commvault Joins Forces with Leading Security and AI Companies

Commvault, a leader of data protection and cyber resilience solutions, this week announced that it’s marrying modern cyber resilience technologies from Commvault with advanced security and data intelligence from pioneers in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and cloud. Industry leaders in these areas are integrating with the newly announced Commvault Cloud platform to provide joint customers with more ways to rapidly detect, protect, and respond to potential threats and attacks while also improving data visibility and governance. Commvault is working with partners across the security tool chain, including: security information and event management (SIEM), security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR), network detection and response, vulnerability and threat detection and assessment, incident management, and data governance and privacy.

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AI Moment: Solutions Review Set to Host Monte Carlo & Salesforce for Exclusive GenAI Event on November 30

With the next Spotlight event, the team at Solutions Review has partnered with Monte Carlo (and their partner Salesforce) for an informative webinar show. While GenAI has its fair share of hype, data leaders are being tasked by executives with investing in AI across the business. But how can we ensure that these technologies are actually useful and impactful?

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Solutions Review’s William Jepma Compiles Definitive Guide on the White House’s New EO on AI, Through Quotes

As you can expect, there was a lot of discussion around the Executive Order, what it might mean for AI regulation, and how it will affect the trends involved in governing, developing, and using AI in enterprises across industries. See key commentary from industry experts who shared their thoughts on the EO and how it will change AI’s role in business.

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Microsoft Data Leaks and the Importance of Open-Source Intelligence

Vaidotas Šedys of Oxylabs walks us through open-source intelligence: the essentials, monitoring threats from the dark web, and supplementing cybersecurity. Interconnected digital technology advances at a rapid pace, and so do the tactics and strategies employed by malicious individuals, criminal groups, and even nation-states. The World Economic Forum predicts global cyber-crime will reach $10.5 trillion by 2025, forcing businesses and governments to look for next-generation solutions against emerging digital threats. Unfortunately, deliberate criminal activity is only part of the challenge in this data-driven era. Costly leaks of sensitive data might happen due to simple human errors— in September, Microsoft’s data was leaked two times, not only disclosing the company’s plans for the next-gen Xbox but also exposing private employee data. As we already know, at least one of these events happened due to an accidentally misconfigured URL link. Raising public awareness, educating employees, and implementing standard security measures (such as data encryption, multi-factor authentication, or routing traffic through VPNs) are good recommendations for increased organizational security. However, they are hardly enough today if one does not employ open-source intelligence.

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