Endpoint Security and Network Monitoring News for the Week of December 7; IRONSCALES, Versa Networks, Coro, and More
The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy endpoint security and network monitoring news for the week of December 7. This curated list features endpoint security and network monitoring vendors such as IRONSCALES, Versa Networks, Coro, and more.
Keeping tabs on all the most relevant endpoint security and network monitoring 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 endpoint security and network monitoring news items.
Endpoint Security and Network Monitoring News for the Week of December 7
Chubb Selects IRONSCALES for Enterprise Email Security Solution
IRONSCALES, an enterprise cloud email security platform, announced that Chubb, a leading provider of fire safety and security solutions and services for customers worldwide, selected IRONSCALES to protect their organization from advanced phishing attacks. After a recommendation from Performanta, a global managed security service provider, Chubb chose IRONSCALES because of its transparency and how quickly IRONSCALES could integrate and protect the Chubb environment from advanced phishing attacks like BEC, VIP impersonation, and credential harvesting.
Data Theorem Introduces “Industry’s First” API Attack Path Visualization Capabilities
This week, Data Theorem, an application security solutions provider, introduced “the industry’s first” API Attack Path Visualization capabilities for the protection of APIs and the software supply chain. This latest enhancement of its API Secure solution provides organizations with a “first-ever” comprehensive understanding of the attack chain, traversing all layers of an application, and extending protection to crucial underlying cloud assets including containers, storage, databases, and serverless functions. These new full-stack visualization capabilities start with API exploits and expand to the broader perspective of how vulnerabilities impact mobile, web, serverless, and a variety of cloud-native applications. Launched at Apidays Paris, Data Theorem will unveil and demonstrate these capabilities in its Booth No. 5 this week.
Versa Networks Selected for DISA’s Thunderdome Program
Versa Networks, a global leader in AI/ML-powered Unified Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN), this week announced it has been selected to provide SD-WAN, Zero Trust access and Customer Edge Security Stack (CESS) functions for Thunderdome, the Defense Information Systems Agency’s (DISA) zero trust network access (ZTNA) and application security architecture. Versa products within the Thunderdome architecture provide conditional Zero Trust access at the network edge for DISA users.
Coro Launches “World’s First” Modular Cybersecurity Platform
Coro, a provider of cybersecurity for the midmarket, announced this week the launch of Coro 3.0, “the world’s first” modular cybersecurity platform. Coro 3.0 offers a new way for midmarket businesses to manage and consume cybersecurity. Coro’s 3.0 platform consolidates multiple security capabilities into a unified solution, offering 14 seamlessly integrated modules – from EDR and SASE to email security – that can be activated on demand to grow with a company’s needs. Coro 3.0 pushes to simplify implementation of the cybersecurity stack by using a single pane of glass, one endpoint agent, and one data engine to configure, operate and manage every security module. Coro’s modular cybersecurity platform is a breakthrough solution for the midmarket, empowering companies to strengthen their security posture and reduce operational workloads at a total cost of ownership (TCO) that’s less than a third of comparable point solutions.
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How a Digital Experience Management Solution Enhances ESG Efforts
Payal Kindiger of Riverbed observes how Digital Experience Management can improve your company’s ESG efforts. Companies have plenty of big-picture motivation to reduce their carbon footprints. A growing number of customers and business partners are insisting on it, weighing companies’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance in deciding who they do business with. Companies must comply with the environmental criteria set by the European Green Deal, the international Greenhouse Gas (GHG) protocol and other reporting frameworks, which can vary by industry. Corporate boards of directors — and companies’ own employees — also are emphasizing ESG. Although ESG programs can deliver measurable benefits, what companies haven’t had is real-time visibility into the progress they’re making while integrating environmental practices and IT operations. A key motivating factor in any long-running initiative is the ability to see results. That’s one of the benefits companies incur from a Digital Experience Management (DEM) solution that delivers real-time analytics on sustainability efforts by increasing the energy efficiency of an organization. A DEM solution not only shows both employers and employees how well they’re doing with factors such as device uptime and energy use metrics, it also offers key insights into how they can further improve.