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Industry News: FireEye, ForgeRock Collaborate

Also: Latest from Sophos, Bitglass, AGNITiO
Industry News: FireEye, ForgeRock Collaborate

FireEye and ForgeRock have announced the integration of intelligence from the ForgeRock Identity Platform with the FireEye Threat Analytics Platform to provide enhanced security incident detection and response management.

See Also: 2016 State of Threat Intelligence Study

The integration brings together identity management and security intelligence to deliver a unified dashboard to help security teams identify attacks based on compromised credentials. When combined with ForgeRock's real-time intelligence, FireEye TAP is designed to allow organizations to make timely security decisions based on location, IP address, time, known device and other context, and provide a more comprehensive picture of when and how advanced attackers are targeting an organization.

For more information, visit FireEye.

Sophos Launches End-User Protection

Sophos has launched new versions of key products under the umbrella of Next-Generation End-User Protection. This incluces the integration of its endpoint, mobile and encryption technologies.

New to Sophos' endpoint protection product line is Malicious Traffic Detection, which detects communications between a compromised endpoint and an attacker's servers. Building on technology available in Sophos' next-generation firewall, the endpoint-based Malicious Traffic Detection will automatically identify offending software and stop it from running to prevent potential damage or data loss.

For more information, visit Sophos.

Bitglass Introduces Breach Discovery

Bitglass has announced Bitglass Breach Discovery, a service that analyzes an enterprise's risk for a network data breach by identifying high-risk outbound data flows from the corporate network.

Breach Discovery is part of the Bitglass Total Data Protection Suite, which protects corporate data on the network, in the cloud, at access and on mobile devices. The cloud-based automated engine analyzes firewall logs against a continually updated risk intelligence database to identify exfiltration to high-risk locations outside the firewall, including malware, targeted threats, cloaked destinations, zero-day attacks, insider threats and shadow IT.

For more information, visit Bitglass.

AGNITiO Introduces Voice Biometrics

AGNITiO has launched its newest mobile voice biometrics product, KIVOX Mobile 5.0. The new product enables a single Voice iD Engine to perform fixed-phrase, free-phrase and now natural speech authentication to accurately identify and authenticate users of embedded devices and the Internet of Things.

The new KIVOX 5.0 version offers users more highly secured authentication options that enable both text-independent voice authentication and fixed phrase authentication. Speaking naturally, users can now authenticate using brief speech commands in any language.

For more information, visit AGNITiO.


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