Weekly New Cybersecurity Solutions Review (June 13 – June 19)
Weekly New Cybersecurity Solutions Review (June 13 – June 19)

Let’s take a look at a brief overview of new cybersecurity solutions from last week. In the spotlight: Netskope, ESET, iStorage, OneSpan, Zilla Security, Quantinuum, Rezilion.

Netskope has launched an all-inclusive data security solution aimed at helping corporations effectively supervise employee interactions with ChatGPT and other generative AI applications, including Google Bard and Jasper.

ESET has broadened its unified cybersecurity platform, ESET PROTECT, by introducing a new subscription level for companies in need of comprehensive prevention, detection, and response solutions. Immediately accessible, ESET PROTECT Elite provides enterprises, SMBs, and channel partners with advanced XDR for enhanced visibility and improved threat-hunting abilities.

iStorage has introduced a new encrypted flash drive to its highly successful datAshur series. The upcoming datAshur PRO+C, featuring a Type-C interface, is awaiting approval under the new FIPS 140-3 Level 3 validation protocol, promising solid data security credentials.

OneSpan has introduced additional features to OneSpan Notary, a cutting-edge, cloud-connected solution that revolutionizes the way notaries and clients finalize agreements and authenticate documents in a secure, trusted environment.

Zilla Security has unveiled Zilla Secure and Segregation of Duties (SOD), a pair of SaaS solutions designed to enhance identity security across cloud-based applications and infrastructure, SaaS, and traditional applications within an enterprise.

Quantinuum has introduced Quantum Origin Onboard, a novel approach to cryptographic key generation that fortifies cyber protection for a wide spectrum of connected devices through quantum computing, by maximizing the potency of keys produced within the devices themselves.

Rezilion has launched an agentless solution that enables user connectivity and access to Rezilion’s complete suite of features across multiple cloud platforms. This allows security teams to supervise vulnerable attack surfaces in real-time without the need for an agent, thereby minimizing both security and operational risks.