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Endpoint Security and Network Monitoring News for the Week of February 23; Snowflake, Palo Alto Networks, Auvik, and More

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Endpoint Security and Network Monitoring News for the Week of February 23

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy endpoint security and network monitoring news for the week of February 23. This curated list features endpoint security and network monitoring vendors such as Snowflake, Palo Alto Networks, Auvik, 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 February 23

Snowflake to Showcase Telco AI Innovations at Mobile World Congress 2024

Snowflake, a leader in data management solutions, will highlight enhanced offerings to its Telecom Data Cloud at Mobile World Congress 2024, including new innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). “The telecom industry is at a turning point, evolving beyond traditional services. Telecom is becoming a foundational layer for all sectors, offering rich insights for enhancing customer experiences, optimizing networks, and informing urban planning,” said Phil Kippen, Global Industry GTM, Telecommunications at Snowflake. “In our increasingly connected world, the explosion of data is monumental. Especially in telecom, this deluge is not just a challenge but an opportunity. Understanding and leveraging this data through Snowflake’s Telecoms Data Cloud is key to unlocking new avenues for cross-industry innovation and collaboration.”

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Sonatype Introduces AI/ML Component Detection to Platform

Sonatype, a software supply chain security company, today announced artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) component detection, a “first-of-its-kind” capability, available as part of Sonatype Lifecycle. “Organizations must be prepared for the wave of behavioral AI and generative AI that is already radically shaping the future of software development, much like open source did when Maven Central first launched in 2003. This is an exciting time for software development productivity and innovation; the data shows that enterprises adopting AI in new product innovation and software supply chains are disrupting competitors and moving faster than ever before,” said Mitchell Johnson, Chief Product Development Officer at Sonatype. “At the same time, AI/ML introduces a whole new set of risks so it is crucial to have the data, precise identification, legal compliance, and policy enforcement in place to understand where and how these new capabilities are being used – without slowing anyone down.”

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Infinigate UK&I Launches DX Insights in Partnership with Riverbed

Infinigate UK&I, part of the Infinigate Group, a value-add distributor of cybersecurity solutions, is launching DX Insights, a new managed service program enabling digital experience management. DX Insights, based on Riverbed’s Aternity Digital Experience Management (DEM) solution, lets organizations understand their users’ digital experience, providing a comprehensive overview of business-critical applications so they can be optimized for maximum cost-efficiency and productivity. DX Insights continuously monitors the workforce user experience, offering the opportunity to reduce cost and improve workforce productivity. From identifying users impacted by performance issues and underperforming devices, to reclaiming unused software licenses, running automatic remediation and assessing the impact of digital transformation initiatives, the DX Insights service quickly delivers the benefits available from Riverbed Aternity, increasing employee productivity and user experience.

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Palo Alto Networks Announces Limited-Time Offer to Transition to Cortex XDR Platform

This week, Palo Alto Networks announced a limited time-offer to help customers transition from their current endpoint security platform to Palo Alto Networks’ extended detection and response (XDR) platform, Cortex XDR. The offer enables qualified customers to “accelerate platformization and seamlessly transition” to Cortex XDR by providing a ‘no-cost’ period of the solution until existing legacy contracts expire. Additionally, the program includes a baseline package of “no-cost” professional services to assist with the agent migration. Cortex XDR helps accelerate investigations by “providing a complete picture of every attack, automatically revealing the root cause of alerts.” Palo Alto Networks was recognized in the latest Gartner MQ for Endpoint Protection Platforms underscoring its leadership position in the industry.

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Liquid Networx Joins Auvik Reseller Program

Auvik, an IT solutions provider, this week announced a resale partnership with Liquid Networx, a trusted advisor of strategic IT and cybersecurity services, to better serve customers and provide hands-on MSSP support, extending access to Auvik Network Management for Liquid Networx customers in North America. Specializing in large and mid-market enterprises as well as the state, local, and education (SLED) market with an emphasis on network security, Liquid Networx provides solutions from end-point to multi-site environments based on a new distributed workforce. Liquid Networx is currently focused on providing an accelerated path to market, and partnered with Auvik due to the company’s comprehensive network map, ease of deployment, “unparalleled visibility”, and the low overhead cost for Auvik software.

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