Let’s take a look at a brief overview of new cybersecurity solutions from last week. In the spotlight: Zyxel Networks, Thunder Shield Security, Norton, DAT Freight & Analytics, Viavi Solutions, BlueVoyant.
Zyxel Networks is pushing the envelope with their latest offering: the ZyWALL USG FLEX 100AX Firewall, now augmented with WiFi 6 (802.11ax) capabilities. This move is aimed at not only giving SMBs a robust firewall solution but also ensuring that both their wired and wireless networks are optimally secured.
Thunder Shield Security has unveiled Custos, an avant-garde scanning platform that harnesses the capabilities of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The goal? To stay one step ahead of cyber threats. Notable inclusions in the Custos toolkit are an array of scanners – ranging from URL fuzzers to WordPress and Drupal, and the pièce de résistance, the Custos Strike – TSS’s unique automated penetration testing tool.
For those concerned about the vulnerabilities that web browsing might introduce, Norton – Gen’s consumer Cyber Safety brand – is presenting a solution in the form of Norton Secure Browser. Drawing a parallel between passports and web browsers, Norton emphasizes the need to protect one’s digital entry point into the vast realms of the internet.
DAT Freight & Analytics is stepping up its game through a collaboration with Verosint. Their newly launched AI-driven platform aims to clamp down on identity fraud in the trucking and logistics sectors. This technology enables DAT to employ advanced algorithms to verify user identities and keep an eagle’s eye on any suspicious account activities.
In response to the rising intricacies of AWS environments, Viavi Solutions has rolled out Observer Sentry. This Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution shines a light on potential threat exposures, proving indispensable to SecOps, DevOps, and cloud architects.
Finally, BlueVoyant is making waves with their revamped Supply Chain Defense (SCD) suite. Their comprehensive solution is geared toward slashing cyber risks within third-party interactions. Among the noteworthy augmentations are enhanced continuous vendor monitoring capabilities, a fully adaptable questionnaire management system, and a cost-efficient managed service designed for third-party evaluations.