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Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of May 3; Dasera, ColorTokens, QuSecure, and More

Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of May 3

Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of May 3

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy identity management and information security news for the week of May 3. This curated list features identity management and information security vendors such as Dasera, ColorTokens, QuSecureand 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.

Identity Management and Information Security News for the Week of May 3

Dasera Announces Integrations with Cisco, Cohesity, & Intuitive Cloud To Extend DSPM Offering

Dasera, a leader in data security posture management (DSPM), announced this week strategic integrations with Cisco, Cohesity, and Intuitive Cloud, which offers the company’s go-to-market expansion into these vendors’ customer base. “Data security is paramount in the wake of data breaches. Dasera’s platform and affordable pricing model, along with partnerships with major cybersecurity and data protection companies, provide accessible innovation for everyone,” said Ani Chaudhuri, Dasera’s CEO & Cofounder. “The vision is to ‘Build A Safer, Data-driven World’ by automating data security and governance controls for all data, everywhere.”

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ColorTokens Recognized as an Industry Leader in Microsegmentation Amid Ongoing Company Growth

ColorTokens Inc., an enterprise microsegmentation company, announced this week that it was highlighted as a leader in microsegmentation in GigaOm’s Inaugural Radar for Microsegmentation, which examines 13 of the market’s top microsegmentation solutions. The report notes ColorTokens’ strengths in dynamic discovery and mapping capabilities, policy definition engine, and comprehensive range of use cases. In the Radar report, which was released on April 16, GigaOm notes, “ColorTokens’ microsegmentation solution is extensive with multiple integrations, and agent-based, network appliance, and agentless deployment models. Xshield is one of the only solutions to deliver segmentation capabilities across all these types of entities. Xshield is suitable to enforce microsegmentation policies for cloud services, microservices, end-user devices, and OT and IoT environments. These are a wide set of use cases that are likely to satisfy most organization’s segmentation requirements without needing to deploy additional solutions.”

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DigiCert Announces Inaugural World Quantum Readiness Day

DigiCert, a leading global provider of digital trust, announced this week the first World Quantum Readiness Day, which will take place on September 26, 2024. This initiative aims to spotlight “the critical need for current security infrastructures to adapt to the imminent reality of quantum computing.” As organizations navigate the complexities of quantum computing, DigiCert remains committed to providing guidance, resources, and solutions that pave the way for seamless and secure adaptation to post-quantum realities. “Quantum computing holds the key to unlocking new horizons across various sectors, but it also demands a fundamental reevaluation of our cybersecurity frameworks,” said Deepika Chauhan, Chief Product Officer, DigiCert. “With World Quantum Readiness Day, we’re not just marking a date on the calendar; we’re beginning a global dialogue on the necessity of immediate, concerted action to embrace and secure our quantum future.”

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QuSecure Named One of America’s Best Startup Employers by Forbes

QuSecure, Inc., a leader in post-quantum cryptography (PQC), today announced it has been named one of America’s Best Startup Employers by Forbes. According to Forbes and Statista, “Millions of data points were used to determine the company scores, and the 500 startups with the highest scores made our final ranking of America’s Best Startup Employers 2024.” Companies did not pay a fee or apply to be considered for the list. QuSecure ranks number 83, as published by Forbes. “We know it’s the people at QuSecure fueling our world-class organization and industry-leading post-quantum cryptography solution,” said Dave Krauthamer, CEO at QuSecure. “It’s an honor to rank so highly on Forbes’ best startup list after their extensive evaluation. QuSecure is an exciting place to work because we are consistently engaged in innovative ways to stretch the boundaries of quantum-safe technologies and crypto-agility. As a science, encryption is a never-ending battle to stay ahead of the bad actors and QuSecure invests heavily in our people to ensure we have the strongest and most expert team to stay abreast of our customer’s needs. At QuSecure we all play a critical part of the shared quantum security journey and it’s our common values that keeps us motivated and aligned.”

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Insight Jam Podcast – Dr. Ilia Kolochenko

Dr. Ilia Kolochenko sits down with Doug to discuss the significant impacts and future outlook of AI in cybersecurity, challenges in network security, AI’s misuse by cybercriminals, the evolving role of AI in enhancing cybersecurity tasks while preserving human expertise, and the implications of AI on job automation and intellectual property rights. Will AI render roles like paralegal obsolete, or are executive roles actually the ones in AI’s crosshairs?

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37 World Password Day Quotes from Industry Experts in 2024

As part of World Password Day (May 2) we called for the industry’s best and brightest in Identity and Access Management to share their World Password Day best practices, predictions for the future of passwords, hot takes, and personal anecdotes. The experts featured represent some of the top Cybersecurity solution providers with experience in these marketplaces, and each projection has been vetted for relevance and ability to add business value.

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Supplier Collective Defense: A New Approach to Cybersecurity

Jason Keirstead of Cyware introduces us to supplier collective defense and why enterprises should embrace it in their own strategies. We have all become far too aware of the challenges and risks that cyber threats pose to our organizations and their supply chains. We also know that our organizations are only as secure as our suppliers. While, to date, there has been a lot of focus on supply chain vulnerabilities, the actual problem area is more complex than that. As such, we must expand our problem scope to the entire security posture of our suppliers, who will almost certainly have different levels of cybersecurity maturity and capabilities. The answer is supplier collective defense. Supplier collective defense is an approach that moves beyond looking at vulnerability risk. It aims to enhance the cybersecurity posture of both large enterprises and their suppliers by sharing information and best practices across the supply chain. Let’s take a closer look at what supplier collective defense is, why it’s essential, and how it can be implemented using existing standards and technologies.

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