WatchGuard enhances their existing UTM and MFA capabilities on Cloud Platform, while adding ThreatSync’s threat correlation service to the platform, which will have even greater import when Panda’s technology is added to it later this year.
Trend Micro’s old XDR platform is one of three components of the new Vision One, a broader security microservices platform that the company says will be expanded with additional functionality going forward.
The startup likely best known for the involvement of John Chambers as an investor changes its name from one with potential for controversy to one with absolutely none, and which has the advantage of being the name of their platform.
Untangle had been using a portal they built years ago, which used Google Drive for document sharing, but it scaled poorly as their partner base passed the 1000 mark, and as they acquired more partners outside North America.
The addition of DoH and DoT protocol support are important for DNS encryption, with the DoT likely to be especially significant for partners since it has been less used until now and so is less well understood.
BIO-key’s acquisition of the PortalGuard platform last year turned them from a maker of biometric point solutions into an IAM platform, and now they have announced significant improvements to that platform.
While Imperva is looking to push more business to loyal partners rather than recruit a bunch of new ones, they are making a major launch down into the midmarket, with new subscription plans, a lead generation machine, and new incents to help partners along.
Adaptiva has been making their partner business more systematic since Doug Kennedy took over as Chief Growth Officer in October 2019, and while most of their North American business remains direct, the partner business is increasing.