The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy endpoint security and network monitoring news items for the week of July 8. This curated list features endpoint security and network monitoring vendors such as Thrive, Xcitium, Juniper Networks, 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 July 8
Comodo Security Solutions Rebrands to Xcitium
Comodo Security Solutions announced a rebranding to Xcitium as the company launches a new zero threat endpoint platform, Xcitium Zero Threat, to combat an increase in ransomware and other malware across all industries. Zero Threat utilizes patented Kernel API Virtualization to prevent all unknown ransomware and other malware from accessing critical systems and resources without any impact on the user experience, and with a goal of reducing false-positive alerts.
Onapsis announced the availability of a new Network Detection Rule Pack for Onapsis Defend, their SAP threat monitoring solution. Onapsis Defend includes over 2,000 detection rules to identify a range of activity, such as user access misuse or abuse, system misconfigurations, indicators of compromise (IOCs) or known exploits, dangerous RFC or program executions, and more. These rules are based on threat intelligence from the industry-leading Onapsis Research Labs–the most impactful and prolific supplier of vulnerability research to SAP.
Thrive Acquires Edge Technology Group to Become the Leading Cybersecurity Managed Services Provider for the Global Financial Community
Thrive, a provider of Cybersecurity and Digital Transformation Managed Services, announced that it has acquired Connecticut-based Edge Technology Group, a leading global technology advisory and fully-managed IT service provider for alternative investment managers. The acquisition of Edge Technology Group adds new global offices and data centers across the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and the Philippines, strengthening Thrive’s international presence for all customers. Edge clients, including hedge funds, private equity firms, family offices, and asset managers worldwide, will now benefit from Thrive’s next-generation managed cybersecurity, collaboration, and cloud services.
Juniper Networks and Carahsoft Partner to Deliver Secure, AI-driven Network Solutions
Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, and Carahsoft Technology Corp announced a new partnership. Under the agreement, Carahsoft will make Juniper’s AI-powered networking solutions, AI-powered enterprise networking platform, and intent-based networking software available through Carahsoft’s reseller partner network, NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V, National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA), and OMNIA Partners contracts. The partnership will deliver solutions to automate and validate the design, deployment, and operations of secure data center networks to the Public Sector.
VPN Software Market Surges Amidst Rising Cybersecurity Concerns
The global VPN software market is projected to reach a valuation of US$1.7 billion in 2022, according to the latest research from Future Market Insights. Increasing concerns regarding cybersecurity are expected to boost the adoption of VPN software at a 13.6 percent CAGR, with the market valuation reaching US$6.1 billion over the assessment period. VPN software is being adopted by businesses across the globe to provide remote workers with secure and reliable access to organizational systems. Growing mobile and cloud applications is one of the key drivers of the global VPN software market.
Internet Disruptions Causes Record-Breaking $10bn Loss to the Global Economy.
From internet shutdowns to social media blocks and severe throttling, internet users across the globe will probably remember 2022 as an expensive year for both digital rights and the bottom line. So far, 54 internet blackouts in 16 countries have already been reported. A total of over 19,000 hours of downtime cost the global economy more than $10 billion, according to Top10VPN data. This represents the most significant losses linked with internet disruptions ever recorded.
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