Check Point’s messaging around protection of any user on any device using any application is strengthened by expansion of workload protection, to provide stronger ability to deliver that using any application.
Cloud distributor Sherweb has announced another new vendor partnership which will make a third-party solution available through Sherweb to their MSP partners. It is LogMeIn’s LastPass password management solution, which offers both single sign-on and multi-factor authentication.
Arctic Wolf has grown its outsourced security business to about 600 partners, managed as a single group, but with the increase in numbers, and a plan to recruit more, selectively, they are now tiering their program for the first time.
The purchase by Bain Capital Private Equity and Crosspoint Capital Partners won’t affect ExtraHop’s status as a standalone company, but it will mean more R&D money to expand into natural adjacencies, and more opportunities for channel partners.
Infoblox 3.0 is a vision and a strategy, not a new product set, but it’s an important vision and strategy, which provides an integrated cloud-native management console for their on-prem and cloud products alike.
The opening keynote from Ivanti’s senior executives focused on Ivanti Neurons, which was introduced last summer, and which they see as central to addressing both remote working issues and facilitating Ivanti’s converged solutions strategy.
The changes, which are focused on the Prisma Cloud’s Cloud Security Posture Management module, primarily deal with long-standing issues that the industry has not addressed well because they are difficult.
The Broadcom Software services channel had been focused around a single partner, a model based on its CA acquisition, but they concluded that simply wasn’t going to work with the acquired Symantec assets, so have revamped their channel services model.
More than a year into the pandemic, financial services security professionals say data breaches and network outages are more costly than ever, and feel the industry is under more cybersecurity pressure than ever.
The new product is new machine-learning based firewalls, aimed at both datacentres and branch offices, and giving Palo Alto Networks its first sub-$1000 models, in a move explicitly designed to challenge Fortinet’s dominance in that part of the market.
Ransomware is the focus, both with enhancements to the core capability and the addition of AppFlows, which builds ransomware protection into an orchestrated DR solution, but there is a lot more here as well.
Cloud Application Protection 2.0 adds client-side protection, container protection, a new engine to make things simpler for customers with security recommendations, and a new bundle of threat intelligence solutions.