Let’s take a look at a brief overview of new cybersecurity solutions from last week. In the spotlight: Fortinet, Flexxon, Hackuity, Sym, Cobalt Iron, Protect AI.
Fortinet has rolled out a pair of fresh campus switches, the FortiSwitch 600 and 2000, engineered to meet the escalating connectivity and security requisites of modern campuses. These devices boast robust performance, innate intelligence, and are impeccably integrated with Fortinet’s AIOps management apparatus alongside FortiGuard AI-Driven Security Services.
Flexxon unveiled its avant-garde security solution, Xsign, now accessible worldwide. Xsign aims to elevate security by introducing a novel methodology for accessing sensitive data, solely by authorized personnel. Employing the Xsign hardware security key, entities are endowed with a custom software platform that harmonizes exclusively with the Xsign key, thereby permitting access only to designated users.
Hackuity has unfurled Version 2.0 of its futuristic platform, infused with significant enhancements to extend further aid to organizations in risk prioritization. Hackuity’s savvy Risk-Based Vulnerability Management melds threat intelligence, vulnerability gravity, and distinct business context, proffering a quantifiable, tangible ‘True Risk Score’ (TRS) – now amped up – for a precise insight into risks. This refined mechanism empowers IT squads to hone in on threat remediation tailored to their attack landscapes and to channel their resources judiciously.
Sym has ushered in a dynamic authorization platform, augmenting their Slack app and SDK, crafted for platform engineers and practitioners. The fresh launch of Sym’s platform enables security brigades to orchestrate dynamic authorization throughout their organization, enveloping governance, audit, and administration.
Cobalt Iron revealed its Isolated Vault Services, a spanking new add-on within the Cobalt Iron Compass enterprise SaaS backup ecosystem. This service facilitates a smooth transition from routine backup operations to isolated vault recovery services.
Protect AI has heralded a suite of open-source software (OSS) instruments, conceived to bolster organizations in shielding their AI and ML spheres from security menaces. Taking the helm in AI/ML security, the firm is nurturing and sustaining three OSS tools — NB Defense, ModelScan, and Rebuff — that identify frailties in ML systems. These tools are generously available under the Apache 2.0 licenses to Data Scientists, ML Engineers, and AppSec professionals, manifesting a significant stride in preempting security threats in AI/ML domains.